Site Collective receive COVID-19 funding for community event

Site Collective receive COVID-19 funding for community event

Site Collective, formed of MA Communication Design student Callum Ritchie and BA (Hons) Illustration graduates Julia Triay and Dominic Lovegrove-Saville, have recently received funding to host a community arts event in Norwich. 

The trio have been awarded funding from the National Lottery Community Support Fund as well as The Lloyds Bank Social Entrepreneurs Startup in Partnership with the School of Social Entrepreneurs

Site Collective are planning on combining the funding to run a Norfolk-based creative community event in early 2021. The event will support creatives to share their knowledge and insight, as well as engaging participants in discussion, and will cover topics across Photography, Film, Fashion, Textiles, Music, Performance, Illustration and Design. 

As part of the funding from The Lloyds Bank Social Entrepreneurs Startup in Partnership with the School of Social Entrepreneurs, co-founder Callum is undertaking a 12 month course with mentorship and the opportunity to network with other local entrepreneurs.

Site Collective are planning for a diverse and inclusive event, and are inviting local creatives to offer their feedback to help shape this and future events.

Keep an eye on their Instagram for up-to-date news and the opportunity to work with them on the project.