EAP and EHU-Arts Hub

The Employability Advisory Panel (EAP)  is instrumental in advising Performing Arts programmes on current curriculum design and content in relation to supporting “work-ready” students.

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EAP members meet with the Coordinator of Employability in round table event.

Throughout the year, the EHU-Arts Hub share knowledge and expertise about key initiatives and developments in enterprise, employability, knowledge and skills. By providing guest speakers, work based opportunities, real life projects and careers advisory interviews, they enhance professional networking of the Department to ensure our graduates meet the needs of the industry.

Performing Arts students meeting with Dr Barnaby King and EHU-Arts Hub member Alexis Johnson from Walk the Plank to create the Sewing Seeds Project.

Membership of EHU-Arts Hub is also an opportunity for external organisations to find out about and access resources available through the University including placement schemes and collaborative enterprise initiatives.

Our current EHU-Arts Hub partners include:

  • Walk the Plank
  • Ludus Dance
  • The Grand Theatre Blackpool
  • Dance Manchester
  • Curious Minds
  • Memory Matters
  • Levantes Dance Theatre
  • Everyman and Playhouse Theatre
  • Theatr Clwyd
  • Citadel Arts Centre
  • Garry Clarke
  • St Helens Council
  • M6 Theatre
  • LPM Dance Theatre
  • Culture Warrington
  • Merseyside Dance Initiative
  • Altru Theatre
  • Hong Kong Youth Theatre
  • Artz Centre
  • Arts Council England
  • Heart of Glass
  • Hope Street
  • World of Glass
  • The Lowry
  • Creative Youth Development Team, Wirral
  • Wired Aerial Theatre
  • Circus Sensible
  • Warrington Wolves Foundation
  • Z-Arts Manchester
  • Movema
  • Vtol Dance (Mark Murphy)
  • Ariel Trust
  • Blue Moose Dance
  • Pro Dance Leeds
  • Bolton Library and Museum Services
  • Lisa Simpson Design
  • Velocity Dance
  • The Old Courts Wigan
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