TAPE Benefits from North Wales Freemasons’ Donation

TAPE, a community arts charity which uses collaborative film production as the platform from which it provides inclusive, person-centred, creative support, training and engagement for people of all ages, was granted £2,000 by the North Wales Masonic Benevolence Association (NWMBA).

Bro. Alan Benbow and Bro. Phil James presented TAPE with a cheque during a visit to TAPE Community Arts Centre.

The grant will expand their inclusive model which sees people from across all communities coming together each week to work together on a shared and equitable basis. Including purchases of equipment such as:

  • VR support films: using 360 filming and VR to support people to better access specific services and the wider community. Specifically, for people with an ASD diagnosis and/or social anxieties.
  • On-set support: using technology (iPads/Bluetooth headphones) to create a more inclusive environment and support greater involvement in all aspects of the filmmaking process, for people with additional support needs.

TAPE Benefits from North Wales Freemasons’ Donation

TAPE, a community arts charity which uses collaborative film production as the platform from which it provides inclusive, person-centred, creative support, training and engagement for people of all ages, was granted £2,000 by the North Wales Masonic Benevolence Association (NWMBA).

Bro. Alan Benbow and Bro. Phil James presented TAPE with a cheque during a visit to TAPE Community Arts Centre.

The grant will expand their inclusive model which sees people from across all communities coming together each week to work together on a shared and equitable basis. Including purchases of equipment such as:

  • VR support films: using 360 filming and VR to support people to better access specificservices and the wider community. Specifically, for people with an ASD diagnosis and/or social anxieties.
  • On-set support: using technology (iPads/Bluetooth headphones) to create a more inclusive environment and support greater involvement in all aspects of the filmmaking process, for people with additional support needs.
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