Raw Material Music Media Education Ltd

Raw Material Music Media Education Ltd

Cooperation Projects

England

2018

Total project grant (euros)

199,978.46

Sub-programme

Culture

Funding scheme

Creative Europe

Call number

EACEA 34/2018

Project date

1 Nov 2018 - 30 Jun 2021

Number of partners in project

3

Lead organisation

Fundacion Intras, Spain

Partners

Raw Material Music Media Education Ltd, England

Kunstatelier Opperstraat, Belgium

Kinonikes Sineteristikes Drastiriotites Efpathon Omadon, Greece

IME seeks to support the music sector by promoting emerging artists, and capture grassroots stories, develop new audiences, and keep music diversity alive. We will do this by:
- Promoting co-production between musicians with and without mental health issues, bringing richer and more significant life experiences for all
- Redefining Music by incorporating grassroots non-mainstream experiences
- Attracting new audiences among those groups of people who are underrepresented. IME will promote identification, bringing music closer to mental illness and mental illness closer to music
- Promoting the mobility of emerging artists and supporting them to make their living out of the music, through training and the redesign of their traditional creative approaches.

Several actions are being planned, within three different stages: INSPIRATION, CREATION and MARKETING. They include the INTRO MUSIC LAB where emerging artists will start their co-creation with composers living with mental health challenges using story-telling/story-living techniques, the INTROSPECTION MUSIC WEEK where emerging European artists will lead the metamorphosis from schizophrenia to music and the EUROPEAN IME TOUR with local and international concerts to promote diversity in the music production and in the creative process. 

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