Amplify Studios Launch and Exhibition

Tuesday, 03 December 2019, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM [GMT]

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Amplify Studios launch and exhibition featuring works from RPT's collaborations with Dazed Media, Mirador Collective and Finding Rhythms. Drinks and canapes included.

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Tuesday, 03 December 2019, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM [GMT]

Join us for the official launch of Amplify Studios, The Rugby Portobello Trust's new creative arts initiative. Our two new studios will form the base of our creative arts expansion, which so far has included music programmes with Finding Rhythms, visual art workshops with Mirador Collective and photography workshops with Dazed Media.

At our launch you'll be able to see an exhibition of the works created by young people in our most recent collaboration with photographer Eddie Otchere, as well as hear our plans for developing these important programmes.

Rugby Portobello Trust

www.rugbyportobello.org.uk

The Rugby Portobello Trust is a children's and youth charity that has been supporting the North Kensington community for more than 130 years. We run programmes six days a week, both on and off-site, giving local children and young people access to sports, music, art, employment and training opportunities and more. In the last 12 months, RPT has worked with more than 1,300 people. We are currently more than 80% funded by donations, small grants and fundraising events, which give RPT the flexibility to offer targeted funding to individual projects, as well as fund pilot programmes and fill gaps where statutory and grant funding are not available.

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