Partners & Collaborators

Every great story involves good characters who are chosen to help advance the plot.

Using the story analogy, Physical Folk’s ‘plot’ is to affect positive social change through creativity and our ‘story’ is how we do it. The central characters of our story are the people in the community who engage with our services.

On this page we introduce the supporting characters (people, organisations and networks) who we have chosen (or they chose us) to help us develop the central character’s stories. This character list is not exhaustive and is growing all the time as our story unfolds. It is cast in alphabetical order.

Creative Patron

Jeremy Weller

Associate Artists

Adam Newton
Astral Design
Rochester Literature Festival

Creative Industries Support

Screen Skills (Formerly Creative Skillset)

Financial Support

Education and Skills Funding Agency

Community Partners (Past and Present)

Dovetail Games
Fort Amherst
Involve Maidstone
Medway Council
Medway Youth Trust
PorchlightLive Well Kent
Skills Training UK
Strood Community Project
Voluntary Arts

Support Networks

A Better Medway Champions Network
Arts Alliance
Chatham Community Partnership
Equity (Performing Arts Union)
Family Arts Festival Network
KCC – Ready to Work Kent
Kent Festival Network
Kent and Medway Collaborative Network
Medway Dance Network
Medway Human Rights Network
Medway Voluntary Action (MVA)
Public Health Workforce Development
Royal Opera House Bridge
Seed Creative Network
South East Arts and Health Partnership
South East Film Network
What Next Kent

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