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Case Studies & Archive

Welcome to our Projects page, where we proudly showcase our past work and the creative projects we've co-produced. At IVE, we believe that creativity is the key to shaping a better world and we strive to encourage discovery and growth in all our staff and students.

 

Our diverse team of thinkers, creatives, educators and industry experts have put together an unmatched variety of courses and programs for individuals and groups of all ages and academic levels. Browse through our gallery and see the power of creativity in action.

Climate Change

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In response to requests from young people
to find creative solutions to real world
challenges, IVE have developed their
Applied Creativity Lab model. 

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IVE worked with European partners in the UK, Latvia, Bulgaria, Belgium,
Portugal and Spain to enable as many young people as possible to find new ways to reduce carbon emissions and the impact of climate change, giving them both a voice and agency to act.

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Employability

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Tess Parker reports on the impact of Applied Creativity Labs (ACLs) on young people led by IVE’s Sarah Mumford. 
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Ignite Yorkshire was one of 12 projects selected for the National Lottery Heritage Fund's Kick the Dust program, which aims to make heritage relevant to a broader range of young people aged 11-25 across the UK.

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Sustainability

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In October 2020 fifteen young people
spent four days exploring neglected
industrial heritage narratives of people
of colour in Yorkshire.

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Sign Language

We framed our Action Research around a central Enquiry, reflecting conversations with Strong Voices partners. How can arts, cultural and youth sector professionals work together and communicate better to  provide effective, meaningful and progressive opportunities for this target group of young people?

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Sustainability 

Sign Language

We framed our Action Research around a central Enquiry, reflecting conversations with Strong Voices partners. How can arts, cultural and youth sector professionals work together and communicate better to  provide effective, meaningful and progressive opportunities for this target group of young people?

Click here to read more.

Sign Language

We framed our Action Research around a central Enquiry, reflecting conversations with Strong Voices partners. How can arts, cultural and youth sector professionals work together and communicate better to  provide effective, meaningful and progressive opportunities for this target group of young people?

Click here to read more.

Sign Language

We framed our Action Research around a central Enquiry, reflecting conversations with Strong Voices partners. How can arts, cultural and youth sector professionals work together and communicate better to  provide effective, meaningful and progressive opportunities for this target group of young people?

Click here to read more.

Sign Language

We framed our Action Research around a central Enquiry, reflecting conversations with Strong Voices partners. How can arts, cultural and youth sector professionals work together and communicate better to  provide effective, meaningful and progressive opportunities for this target group of young people?

Click here to read more.

Our Collection

Mental Health

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The Effective Transitions Fund, launched in West Yorkshire in 2021, supports 180 young women from 8 local schools over two years. Funded by Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership, Careers and Enterprise Company, and JP Morgan, the program aims to increase their access to job opportunities and raise their aspirations.
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In response to requests from young
people to find creative solutions to real
world challenges, IVE have developed
their Applied Creativity Lab model. This
intensive programme is designed to empower young people to come up with their own creative and often STEAM-related* solutions to real world challenges.

Click here to read more.

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