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Sat, 05 Sept

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Birmingham

ELOQUENT ARTS CENTRE LAUNCH

Eloquent Arts Centre Launches In Birmingham On Saturday 5th September

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ELOQUENT ARTS CENTRE LAUNCH
ELOQUENT ARTS CENTRE LAUNCH

Time & Location

05 Sept 2020, 13:00 – 17:00

Birmingham, Birmingham, UK

About the event

At a time where many youth/art centres have closed down, Eloquent Arts Centre are finally opening their doors to something truly special and needed for the community in Birmingham. The team at Eloquent Praise & Empowerment Dance Company have previously done a lot of work within the Birmingham community, which has driven their inspiration to this new project. Directors, also mother and daughter duo Janice Davis and Romanah Malcolm said, “On the back of the work that we have been doing in the community for the previous 6 years, we also recognised a need for a space/ a home away from home for those who want to explore and develop their creative arts, build business ideas and other opportunities.” Eloquent Arts Centre is situated just off the Aston Expressway and is set to Launch on Saturday 5th September 2020. Eloquent Arts Centre, will be a multi-purpose hub, committed to providing a safe space for creative arts development, business and community. This will be an open space for creatives to hire enabling them to grow artistically and unleash their full potential. It will hold several studios including dance and music studios, classrooms, podcast room, photography room and much more.  Upon opening their doors to the community, they say they will be paying close attention to government guidelines regarding covid-19 to assure the safety of their staff and visitors. They have taken the necessary steps in receiving guidance from Public Health England to ensure all who attend are adhering to social distancing guidelines and kept safe throughout the duration of the launch event.  Not only is the arts centre a pivotal part for the arts community, it is also built with a focus to create new and exciting opportunities for the BAME communities within the area. The directors explains, “At a time where people have become more culturally sensitive, due to the disproportionate way Covid19 has affected BAME communities and the more widely spread awareness around Black Lives Matter, it is important for us to open up our doors to engage the BAME community within Eloquent Arts Centre.” The team believes the impact of the arts centre will strengthen families, engage young people, build confidence, connect the disconnected and develop future leaders and creatives who will contribute impactfully to our wider society.

Tickets

  • Eloquent Members

    This ticket is invite only for Eloquent members, family , friends and VIP guests.

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