OLC Productions will be delivering a training programme in Events Planning & Project Management. The programme is funded through the ESF Community Fund and will start on Tuesday 28th February. for more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us on 0151 709 0272. The course will take place on Tuesdays between 9.45am – 2.45pm at John Archer Hall, L8
OLC PRODUCTIONS will be delivering an innovative training programme aimed at unemployed learners to gain skills to deliver community events and projects and gain personal skills to promote their own work.
- Have you often wanted to be the person delivering the event you attend?
- Would you like to plan, produce and deliver a community event?
- Have you wanted to understand marketing and how to promote your work?
- Have you wished you could understand website development and social media?
- Can you commit to 20 weeks training? (one day per week)?
OLC will be working with event management professionals and website designers to deliver this exciting new course from February 2017.
You can find out more information by emailing email@example.com or calling us on 0151 709 0272
This programme has been funded by the ESF Community Grants through WEA
OLC Productions are happy to announce that we have successfully secured Arts Council England ‘Elevate’ Funding for the next 3 years.
Arts Council England are investing £5.3 million in 40 organisations who are making a significant contribution to the Creative Case for Diversity, but who are not currently receiving National Portfolio funding.
The Elevate grant will enable us to build the capacity of the organisation strengthen our governance, secure two part-time posts, develop the company’s resilience, consolidate existing partnerships and help us to develop new ones. This funding will allow OLC to develop a company that has the ability and resources to help support the Latin American and diversity, arts & culture offer in the North, and throughout England.
OLC would like to take this opportunity to give a big thanks to all those who have supported us in both good and challenging times, including the Latin American and local communities, partners, artists, volunteers, participants and friends. We will be updating everyone in the coming months about the organisation’s plans.
As part of our Liverpool CCG project, FOOTPRINTS 2 we are delivering the World Café Open Day on Sunday 10th July at John Archer Hall, L8 1YR in association with Festival 31 and Toxteth TV.
There will be some workshops, sharing, conversation and lots of wonderful home made food from across the world. Entrance is Free and everyone is welcome.
OLC Productions will soon be known as LUMA Creations – We have decided to change the name as LUMA has a special meaning for the organisation and represents ur vision and aims. LUMA is a special tree i South America and one of the things it’s been known to represent is the Tree of Life and the LUMA tree in the land of the Mapuche (South of South America) bears a special fruit all year round and we believe in creating new ideas and work and collaborations throughout the year.
Welcome to LUMA CREATIONS
We have been delivering as series of recycling workshops in Clubmoor schools in partnership with the Localities team and the ward councillors delivering workshops to five primary schools. Looking at innovative ways of using recycled materials and creativity. Te children have been amazing.
The sessions include a school assembly about waste and workshops with a number of classes in each school.
“The children really enjoyed their activities with the artists. They found them, entertaining and really thought provoking in how everyday objects can become ‘something else’.” Mr K Baillie Year 4 Teacher Florence Melly
OLC Productions has been developing the Footprints 2 project (Funded by Liverpool CCG through NHS Liverpool) and is delivering a series of workshops in Assisted Housing venues in Toxteth, Wavertree, Anfield and Clubmoor and open days in John Archer Hall, Anfield and Steve Biko.
Thursday 19th OLC is delivering a presentation for Biko House residents.
The Final event in Central Library to celebrate the work done by participants is in July – Check here for updates.
OLC Productions were invited to take part at the Halton Mental Health Awareness Week Launch in Runcorn Shopping Centre on Monday 16th May 10am – 12 noon with a drum performance followed by a drum circle. We had a wonderful time.
Met some really interesting people and opened the event with the Madam Mayor of Halton, did a procession through Runcorn Shopping Centre and delivered drum workshops to participants and attendees.
LIGHT NIGHT 2016 – 8.00pm, Friday 13th May outside the Open Eye Gallery – In collaboration with Up For Arts Choir.
PENTECOST PAGEANT – Sunday 15th May – 11.30am outside Anglican cathedral and 1.45pm Costa Stage, Hope Street.
PENTECOST PAGEANT – 12.45pm, Sunday 15th May on Main stage, corner of Hope St and Falkner St.
Lots of other activities and performances throughout the day.
We aim to inspire and support. To create and develop. To showcase and collaborate. To engage and consult.