Stimulating Creative Communities

We provide access to a range of media and craft based skills and opportunities to communities in the east of England.

Based in Norwich we firmly believe that individuals and communities benefit from developing film, animation, craft and arts projects that reflect and investigate their own environments, ideas, histories and stories.

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Visit our archive site for further information, photos and video of past ERM projects.

About ERM

ERM is comprised of Fiona Muller and Tim Edwards, both of whom are professional creative practitioners with experience of Arts Council, County Council and School’s projects. They draw on existing collaborators with whom they have enjoyed a fruitful working relationship, this allows ERM to provide workshops and creative learning in a wide range of media.

What is a CIC?

A Community Interest Company is able to develop projects and apply for funding to work with partners to deliver positive outcomes. A CIC acts as a Not-For-Profit organisation ploughing funding straight into the project.

ERM CIC has successfully worked with organisations such as:

  • Norwich City & Norfolk County Council
  • Capital Shopping Centres
  • Creative Arts East
  • Hethersett School Cluster
  • Victory Housing
  • Heritage Lottery Fund
  • BBC Big Screen
  • N-DAP (Norfolk Drug & Alcohol Partnership)
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    ERM can deliver creative workshops in a wide variety of media; from crafts, textiles and sculpture to more multi media based projects involving video, photography and animation. All workshops can be tailored to teacher's needs and are curriculum focussed. The workshops provide a fun way of learning while enhancing personal development, creative expression and teamwork whilst developing literacy and numeracy skills.

    We develop projects that Engage people, Respond to communities and Motivate individuals.

    We specialise in Intergenerational projects, utilising the talents of older members of the community to inform and educate younger generations.

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