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Our work

Dmac has presented several community based projects

over the years.

For the last two years we have received funds from Sports England, Wesport, Avon and Somerset constabulary  and Together Fund.

Here are the programs we have run.

New for 2023

Third round of Community Cohesion project, teaching Hand and Stick Drumming to school children in the Easton area of Bristol, along side the Avon Community police.

Dmac Unlocked part three. Free six week classes in 
Tibetan Dance, Freedom Soul Dance, Storytelling and Foraging and Haitian Dance.

See below for previous projects

Dmac unlocked 1 & 2

Eight artists from varying creative practices

were invited to delivery six weekly classes, all classes were free to the public. The aim of this project was to help people re-familiarize themselves with activities and creative groups during the difficulties of lock down. Sessions were held both online and in person allowing people to attend in whatever way that best suited them. 

Classes included:-

Indigenous Story Telling, Well Being Song & Drum, African Dance, Capoeria, Cubatone, Bollywood Dance, Afro-fusion Dance.




Community cohesion 1 & 2

Community Cohesion was a collaborative project between Dmac, six primary schools in Bristol and the Avon & Somerset Police.

Artists Norman Stevenson (Rubba) and Blaggy held classes in Hand and Stick Drumming, the sessions were attended by Parent and children from the schools and members of the local community police. 

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