When becoming an Amp, 50% of your support goes toward an innovative Community Ideas Fund which is a cash award each year to enable a new, experimental collaboration between Amps to benefit Dundee.
The Community Ideas Fund exists to spark and resource new collaborations that have creativity and experimentation at the heart of them and that will have a positive impact in the city. Whatever form the collaborations take – from arts of all kinds, storytelling, video games, design, to celebrating, playing, bringing people together and much more – this is your chance to try out your ideas.
Any two or more Amps can pitch an idea each year at the Amps Forum. It’s then over to the Amps community who will decide on the night which idea to award the funding to. Funding and voting are open to all Amps wherever you are.
Help us grow the Fund and make it more accessible by paying forward! Your contribution will be used to support those who are not able to afford their subscriptions and give them access to the Fund. 50% of all subscriptions goes towards the Fund, so the more Amps there are, the bigger the Fund is!
A participatory project to create a giant illustration of the city. A collaboration between illustrators Louise Kirby, Pamela Scott, Laura Darling-Brackenridge and Suzanne Scott.
A playful and informative event to allow people to look at and explore their city in a whole new way. A collaboration between designers Ryan McLeod and Connor Finlayson.
Dancer and choreographer, Gemma Connell, and video games producer, Malath Abbas collaboratively developed and delivered an inclusive and playful experience for young people recovering from domestic abuse, to create a new game using paper prototyping, word games and movement based tasks.
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When you join, your subscription is set to renew automatically each year but may be cancelled within PayPal at any point. If you would prefer to be invoiced or would like to discuss a different form of support, just let us know!
We acknowledge that the cost could be a barrier to joining the Amps Community, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us as we might be able to support your subscription, thanks to people choosing to pay it forward.