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Founded in 2016 by Manda Graham and Mal Salisbury, Equal Vision is a social enterprise. We create inspiring and exciting cultural programmes in response to real issues such as rural isolation and social mobility. We believe that art has the power to enrich lives – raising aspirations, building stronger communities and breaking down barriers.

We work with  a network of artists and creative professionals to offer a range of services such as project management, fundraising and financial support as well as delivering our own projects.

Contact us to see how we can help you.

Grapevine Music Project

Our Team

Manda Graham
Director

 

Manda has worked in the cultural sector for almost 20 years, working with artists and communities to produce creative projects which combine her enthusiasm for heritage and the arts. Manda works as a producer offering project management, fundraising and financial services to arts, heritage and community organisations.

As well as founding Equal Vision with Mal Salisbury in March 2016, Manda has been involved in a many major projects including; Route to the Hills, The Severn Project and Shindig and is currently Project Director for The Ring, a Canal & River Trust arts programme working across public sector, commercial and charitable sectors. Visit Manda’s website to find out more: mandagraham.co.uk

Mal Salisbury
Project Manager – Grapevine Music Project

 

Mal is a project manager who has worked for over 30 years in both private and public sectors, delivering a wide range of projects that include arts and music festivals, tourism development and broadcast media.

Mal founded Equal Vision with Manda Graham in March 2016, is a qualified NLP Practitioner, musician and still works part-time in economic development for local government. Visit Mal’s Website to find out more.

Our Board

Equal Vision has a board of Trustees who oversee the work of the company. Each of our Trustees brings wide ranging experience, knowledge and personal skill to support the organisation and its development.

Ali Stevenson
Trustee

With a background in graphic information design, Ali has worked as a children’s book designer specialising in the design and development of educational literature and reading schemes for primary school children. Using this experience, she co-developed and delivered the University of Worcester’s new Children’s Book Design module on the Graphic Design degree.

Having always been interested in working with children with special needs, Ali spent a number of years supporting teenagers with physical and emotional needs both in residential and educational setting. She currently works as a special needs teaching assistant in a local primary school.

Bryony Croft 
Trustee (Treasurer)

  

Bryony has been involved in business management for the last 30 years and financial management for the last 15 years and is currently the Managing Director of OfficeAddmin, a company providing bookkeeping, administrative support, training and coaching to small businesses.

In addition, she also has a strong interest in personal development and has studied counselling, practiced and taught mindfulness based meditation and currently practices as a Time to Think Coach and Teacher through her business, The Essential SelfBryony has worked with a broad range of people and business sectors over the years and is particularly interested in supporting charities and organisations like Equal Vision who develop project which support the empowerment and education of people.

Our Artists

Megan Clark-Bagnall
Lead Artist – The Curiosity Museum

 

Megan is a freelance visual artist & social maker based in Bristol. Megan’s practice is all about bringing people together. Her projects result in large-scale installations, mini museums, sensory experiences, almost-performances, events and celebratory happenings, via deeply interactive and carefully curated participatory processes. Find out more about her on her website: workwithmegan.co.uk

Megan has a degree in Fine Art (Contemporary Practices) from Dartington College of Arts and a Masters in Contemporary Theatre from The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (L.I.P.A.). 

Jack Brett
Musician & Tutor – Grapevine Music Project

 

Jack Brett is a professional musician and songwriter based in Shropshire. He plays in a variety of styles, covering Blues, Folk, Americana and Soul , as well as classic covers from The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Neil Young and More. Find out more at www.jackbrettmusic.com

Ellie Williams
Musician & Tutor – Grapevine Music Project

Ellie Williams is an experienced singer, songwriter who performs in the area with her band Redwood. She has played alongside leading acts such as Dodgy, as well as working with leading engineers and producers in the UK.

Our Team

Manda Graham
Director

 

Manda has worked in the cultural sector for almost 20 years, working with artists and communities to produce creative projects which combine her enthusiasm for heritage and the arts. Manda works as a producer offering project management, fundraising and financial services to arts, heritage and community organisations.

As well as founding Equal Vision with Mal Salisbury in March 2016, Manda has been involved in a many major projects including; Route to the Hills, The Severn Project and Shindig and is currently Project Director for The Ring, a Canal & River Trust arts programme working across public sector, commercial and charitable sectors. Visit Manda’s website to find out more: mandagraham.co.uk

Mal Salisbury
Project Manager – Grapevine Music Project

   

Mal is a project manager who has worked for over 30 years in both private and public sectors, delivering a wide range of projects that include arts and music festivals, tourism development and broadcast media.

Mal founded Equal Vision with Manda Graham in March 2016, is a qualified NLP Practitioner, musician and still works part-time in economic development for local government. Visit Mal’s Website to find out more.

Our Board

Equal Vision has a board of Trustees who oversee the work of the company. Each of our Trustees brings wide ranging experience, knowledge and personal skill to support the organisation and its development.

Ali Stevenson
Trustee

With a background in graphic information design, Ali has worked as a children’s book designer specialising in the design and development of educational literature and reading schemes for primary school children. Using this experience, she co-developed and delivered the University of Worcester’s new Children’s Book Design module on the Graphic Design degree.

Having always been interested in working with children with special needs, Ali spent a number of years supporting teenagers with physical and emotional needs both in residential and educational setting. She currently works as a special needs teaching assistant in a local primary school.

Bryony Croft 
Trustee (Treasurer)

  

Bryony has been involved in business management for the last 30 years and financial management for the last 15 years and is currently the Managing Director of OfficeAddmin, a company providing bookkeeping, administrative support, training and coaching to small businesses.

In addition, she also has a strong interest in personal development and has studied counselling, practiced and taught mindfulness based meditation and currently practices as a Time to Think Coach and Teacher through her business, The Essential SelfBryony has worked with a broad range of people and business sectors over the years and is particularly interested in supporting charities and organisations like Equal Vision who develop project which support the empowerment and education of people.

Our Artists

Megan Clark-Bagnall
Lead Artist – The Curiosity Museum

 

Megan is a freelance visual artist & social maker based in Bristol. Megan’s practice is all about bringing people together. Her projects result in large-scale installations, mini museums, sensory experiences, almost-performances, events and celebratory happenings, via deeply interactive and carefully curated participatory processes. Find out more about her on her website: workwithmegan.co.uk

Megan has a degree in Fine Art (Contemporary Practices) from Dartington College of Arts and a Masters in Contemporary Theatre from The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (L.I.P.A.). 

Jack Brett
Musician & Tutor – Grapevine Music Project

 

Jack Brett is a professional musician and songwriter based in Shropshire. He plays in a variety of styles, covering Blues, Folk, Americana and Soul , as well as classic covers from The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Neil Young and More. Find out more at www.jackbrettmusic.com

Ellie Williams
Musician & Tutor – Grapevine Music Project

Ellie is an experienced singer songwriter who performs in the area with her band Redwood. She has played alongside leading acts such as Dodgy, as well as working with leading engineers and producers in the UK.

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Creative projects for Curious People 

Community Interest Company
Number: 10053841


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