Change The Seen wins Best Partnership at Voscurs 2019
Posted on: 06 February 2019
Written by: Tom Davies
Change The Seen - a Bristol-based project, to which Cardboard Citizens contributed - has won the award for Best Partnership at the Voscur Awards 2019, which celebrate social impact in Bristol.
We're delighted that our ongoing work in Bristol - started by Citz Associate Director Terry O'Leary over three years ago - has been recognised, and particularly chuffed that our partnership with Many Minds, 1625 Independent People, Wyldwood Arts, Aglow Films and Rife Magazine has led to something so special.
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Congratulations to #ChangetheSeen for winning the Partnership Award - @Many_Minds, @rifemag, @CardboardCitz and the other fantastic partners raising awareness of #mentalhealth and homelessness through theatre. Well done to Lizzy for a brilliant speech. #Voscurs pic.twitter.com/13wn0bDhgj— voscur (@voscur) January 31, 2019
We won the Partnership Award at the #voscurs for our forum theatre project Change The Seen. Big thank you to @CardboardCitz @1625ip @wyldwoodarts @AglowFilms @rifemag and to our funders @Brisarts_events @Peoples_health and @QuartetCF and to the amazing young performers. pic.twitter.com/2EYJxaQn3R— Many Minds (@Many_Minds) January 31, 2019