Rachael Borman – Amasing

About the Session

The video is an over view of AmaSing work with schools and communities. It also shows new opportunities for 2021 / 2022 with our online wellbeing arts sessions, spiderdome arts workshops and shows. We are returning back to theatres in 5 areas for 2022 now too.

About Rachael Borman

AmaSing CIC has been established since 2017 and now has a charity foundation Amasing Arts. AmaSing believes arts are for everyone and develops exciting, inclusive, inspiring community arts projects/performances led by amazing arts specialists incorporating singing, music and arts. AmaSing works with a diverse range of communities from a variety of backgrounds, needs, ages, abilities, and cultures building on community cohesion. AmaSing collaborates with all educational establishments including primary/high schools, colleges, universities, arts organisations/specialists, hospices, residential homes, community hubs, charities and hospitals to develop and enhance young people’s mental health through arts. AmaSing currently works with 200 schools throughout the UK and abroad and has won many awards for their work in education and arts. In recent projects they secured funding for 25 teachers/ 25 student teachers to be trained as Arts Advisors, 35 schools to gain their Artsmark registration and 1000 children obtain an Arts Award Discover level. AmaSing has raised money, awareness and written songs within communities for charities Chester Zoo, Macmillan, Young Minds UK, The Countess of Chester Hospital, The Joshua Tree Charity and Dementia UK. Due to the COVID 19 crisis AmaSing has adapted the way they reach their groups delivering exciting weekly arts sessions online and in their huge spiderdome tent with school bubbles. AmaSing will be delivering more online shows for 2021 and return to theatre shows for 2022.

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