We have taken time to think and are exploring two directions: Through this we hope to support the building of a collective awareness and narrative of the ‘new normal’, one which helps the transition into the next stage of this new journey we are all on together. We are aware of great things happening all over the region, the brilliant work happening in communities in D+G that are using their own skills and creativity to make positive changes for their places, and think there is an opportunity for this work to be highlighted, better supported and joined up for all our benefit. This needs to be courageously recognised so that it can be addressed in the plans we now take forward. At the Stove we will continue to advocate for the value of our smaller community-focused parts and use activity to test and develop ways of working that invest and support the creativity and innovation around us to grow our local resilience. 1 talking about this. The Embers report puts forward a series of clear recommendations which contributors hope will be taken forward by regional and national agencies operating in the South of Scotland. We have spent the last 10 months digging down into the grassroots practice of Creative Placemaking across Dumfries and Galloway through our Embers consultation talking to groups and organisations embedded in their communities about their work. Instagram Facebook For booking information please contact embersjohnt@aol.com ©2021 The Embers. EMBERS report aims to ignite creative and culturally-led regeneration by exploring the work and experience in Dumfries & Galloway and helping to define a joined-up vision for work in Creative Placemaking for the South of Scotland. The Embers are an Australian roots-fusion band formed in Launceston in late 2005 by mainstays Michael Attard on acoustic guitar, lead vocals and harmonica; and Katy Humphries on saxophone, violin and backing vocals. How we can build on existing networks in communities and cultural/creative sectors – overlaying and combining them to create a powerfully integrated regional field of shared resource, capacity, knowledge, skills and opportunity. Embers by the Lake, Hauser, Idaho. Our focus became the immediate and devastating impact on our local community of creative freelancers who are the pillars that hold up the region’s creative sector – small creative businesses, local projects, independent festivals and events across SW Scotland. Log into Facebook to start sharing and connecting with your friends, family, and people you know. The Embers. Take a look. There are currently more people working in the Creative Industries in the South of Scotland than there are in agriculture, yet many of the people working in this industry are freelance and self-employed and the COVID-19 crisis has taken a terrible toll on these important local businesses. Take a look at our restaurant menus below: We are not focusing on a delivery model but on how we can strengthen the pathways between the work we ALL currently do. 122 likes. Check out our full calendar of events here. The freelancers in our community do not have a platform in national conversations on arts, culture and their economic impact and value, advocating for them as well as providing work opportunities and networking support became our way to act. Web Hosting and Management by Channel Marker Media and 57 Marketing . More on the development of this can be found on The Stove Blog here. Instagram Facebook For booking information please contact embersjohnt@aol.com ©2021 The Embers. Embers is all about FUN! We need the investment to start making it happen and the courage to do it in a localised, place-based way. Country Rock Band based in Derbyshire They are a true musical tradition with which many Americans have listened to from childhood to adulthood. The Embers are a popular beach music band that were popular during the 70's and 80's. Woodfire Artisan Pizza served with love to enjoy with your neighbors, family & friends. Creative Placemaking is a collaborative practice that uses creative activity to connect and come together with other individuals, groups and organisations and respond to local needs with innovative solutions that focus on social wellbeing and inclusion in our communities. The Creative Industries play an important role in our towns, particularly at this time. All of this expressed as seriously playful partnership with our community to support and grow a resilient, progressive and creative Dumfries and Galloway. The Embers subdivision is a luxury gated community located in North Mcallen. We have been talking with groups and organisations around the region about the culturally-led and creative work that is happening in communities across D&G and the great examples of place-making this has led to. Our building and community is a non-residential and transient community. The Embers features breakfast, lunch and dinner all day, every day, as well as an updated wine list. The answer was that Oak & Embers was calling the Orange police department. 2.5K likes. For example, the idea of a National Arts Force needs all of us in culture to come together and work with other bodies to shape a plan that can make this happen…only we the creative practitioners on the ground know how this could work…we must take our place at the discussion table for the sake of everyone who works in our sector and for society at large.” – https://thestove.org/creativity-and-community-as-part-of-the-national-recovery/. We have a vision of joining up networks across D+G in a way that stays true to the grassroots ethos we all started with. They disbanded in 2008 and reformed in 2011, they released their debut studio album, Bright, in March 2015. 8.2K likes. Embers presents Creative Placemaking as a collaborative practice that uses the tools of arts, culture and creativity to work as part of our communities, responding to local needs to build a better quality of place. adam russell hannah daugherty glen yoder sam crabtree kevin durham matt nall tasha nall kendal harden The latest from 417: The Clown’s Song! Carnegie Trust UK’s recently published (1st July 2020) “Conversations with Communities” initial findings state it brilliantly, “The COVID-19 emergency has let us see what only the state can do – set up hospitals; fund research into a vaccine; shift resources to the front line – and what only communities can do – mobilise and respond quickly by building on existing relationships; pool collective resources; think creatively about what assets are available.”, “While the Government is able to float ideas for action, these can only become a reality through collaboration with the arts and creative sector. Third Sector D&G Resilience Map – a page created in partnership with Dumfries and Galloway Council that displays information from local community groups and organisations offering support or looking for support in response to the COVID-19 public health crisis. 1. Leaving behind the more fragile part of the sector could cause irreparable socio-economic damage.” – p5 Oxford Economics Report – The projected economic impact of cvoid-19 on the UK Creative Industries 15.6.2020. 8,716 were here. They will put JOY in your step, LOVE in your heart and BEACH MUSIC in your soul! The Embers boast numerous albums and single releases that span decades and all the crazes continuing to exhibit top quality showmanship, musicianship and professionalism. The Embers. Folk Rock n Roll with a pinch of Disaster A few related things to and look out for…. Take a look. We need to be honest about the “real” long-term impact of support, who will not benefit and why. Katharine Wheeler of the Stove Curatorial Team and Lead Artist/Researcher for our Embers project, reflects on the role of ‘creative place-making’ in wake of the national lockdown. Carry-out only until the governor's order is lifted. Enjoy, and get in the van. The Embers report was produced with the support of South of Scotland Economic Partnership (the forerunner of the new South of Scotland Enterprise agency) and Carnegie Trust UK. 10 were here. 728 likes. Response submitted on the 17.8.2020. Our intention has not changed, this is an ethos and approach of Creative Placemaking. The grants for self-employed creatives were welcome but they do little to consider and understand the expense needed to continue to work as a freelance worker in our industry (support for three months of living/work expenses in Scotland coming out lower than the UK average of £2900, under £1000 a month) SEISS Statistics. The Embers are widely considered a musical MARVEL and have laid the groundwork for what has become known as ‘Beach Music’ in the Carolinas, Virginias, the gulf coast region of North America and every beach in between. Group Workshops ... Connect with us on Facebook Home, News, About, Music & Video, Tour, Embers Apparel, Beneath The Embers British Beers and Contact It needs to be local, be a collaboration between the sector and our communities and feed the local innovation that is already there. Restaurant Menus. We need urgent support for the freelance creative economy in Dumfries and Galloway in the form of a) paid work opportunities for freelancers, b) support for local arts infrastructure to effectively support freelancers and c) support for a network that can learn and share learning from this activity. Effective Creative Placemaking engages communities at grassroots level, building on the existing culture, activity and relationships in each place. The Embers consider the genre of Beach Music as “music with a memory” and have been creating lasting memories since its inception in 1958. Never miss a date. Kelsey and the Embers, Nottingham, United Kingdom. Response to the Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee on the current Covid-19 crisis on our sectors, Report by the Advisory Group on Economic Recovery, https://thestove.org/creativity-and-community-as-part-of-the-national-recovery/, Creative Placemaking – a local phenomena in the South of Scotland, Creative Repositioning for the New Normal, We need devolved local delivery of support that takes into account the monumental variety of work and structures that produce and deliver it within our sector at a grassroots level, We need a long-term VISION that embraces innovations in how we value cultural and creative work – wider social benefit, place-based initiatives and community wealth building, localised power and delivery, We need to talk about what we have missed, not just what we have done, and be clear on who has not been heard or supported. Country Rock Band based in Derbyshire The Stove’s recent Embers report, April 2020, highlighted the necessity of supporting community-led, localised action and the lack of understanding of the value of this work to healthy economies. They have traveled the country and the world and has performed for every event imaginable from the highest dignitaries to the hottest back yard frat parties. The Dying Embers. We have the knowledge, we have the tools, we have the live projects that are working and the historical examples of what activities and investments are impactful in a deeper, wider sense of economic resilience and wellbeing, now is the time to stop pitching our systems to big business and outdated ideas of ‘growth’ as a measure of societal success. A common factor across many of these projects is the involvement and often leadership of creative people that are already embedded in their communities and collaborative activity with the arts, culture and creative industries. Simply put – Heart and Soul, Rhythm and Blues, Feel Good Music. This response comes from our experience as a community focused organisation in the High Street of Dumfries, ongoing discussion with the freelance creative community of Dumfries and Galloway, the small groups and businesses we work with and as many of the national discussions and emerging reports we can sanely be part of. With the coming of the Borderlands Growth initiative and South of Scotland Enterprise, there’s an unprecedented opportunity for the South of Scotland to create genuinely bespoke development strategies, suited to its unique character. The Embers Tour. The creative and cultural sector that is embedded in communities is under-represented across our national agencies and as such also lacking in engagement and relative collection of data in terms of their wider economic impact for our places and communities. We are now running a series of Group Workshops to explore the Emerging Themes from these conversations and what support for this work might look like – please see details below and sign up if you would like to join in with these sessions. Having been inducted into the South Carolina Rhythm and Blues Hall of Fame and the South Carolina Beach Music Hall of Fame, The Embers are honored to carry the moniker of North Carolina’s Official Ambassadors of Music. Copeland, who is Black, taped the incident once the police officer arrived and broadcast it via Facebook live. 嵐嵐嵐 White OWL - ILL Roc Records that they will then shape part of their programme specifically to support this area of work by creating a genuinely bespoke way of working that strengthens what we have all started independently. They sang the famous "I Love Beach Music". Web Hosting and Management by Channel Marker Media and 57 Marketing . Most of our activity at The Stove has been focused on community-led activity in Dumfries town centre (and within that building opportunities for the regions creative sector as much as we can). 5,259 were here. These may start with cultural projects, but quickly develop into new social enterprises, asset-based and environmental initiatives. Times such as this highlight the struggle in places that have had their local resource and ability to respond stripped in favour of centralised service provision. We believe support needs to align towards a clear VISION that can be shaped by the changing needs of the sector and is representative of the wide variety of work this includes – notably the less heard voices of creative freelancers, voluntary and community-led groups and organisations. We are seeing the value of our collective creativity to shape and adjust systems and support appropriate to our local need. There are two bands called The Embers: an American beach music band and a country rock band from Sussex in England. Fundamentally we need a grassroots and sector-led approach led by the people who make creative work and the local communities it should benefit and be a part of, Young emerging and those not registered as self-employed, in our program – as we explore new ways to grow activity that engages local people in reflection and co-development of work and. Through our work at The Stove we have seen the impact that can be had when the ground is made fertile and people are given the agency to develop and grow things locally. It uses Creative Industries and spans Community Development sectors contributing to long-term social outcomes for our communities. Our ideas around this add to the pool of information, research and experience coming from creative freelancers across the globe, community groups and workers, academics, think tanks etc. 8 Castle St, Stranraer, DG9 0AG, Dumfries (The Stove Network) Thur 3rd Oct 2-4pm In short – do some cultural pump-priming in a community setting and the payback in terms of community resilience, economic development and people’s wellbeing is incredible.“, This idea is based on power of community and cross-sector collaboration and respondent to the Guiding Principles from the Report by the Advisory Group on Economic Recovery – p12. Where will we go from here? Our new reality is shining a spotlight on the value of our sometimes less recognised and smaller parts, our key workers, our local services and businesses, our sole traders and freelance workers, our community spaces and social relationships. We see it as part of our role in the region to advocate for those working in the creative sector in D+G but there is strength in numbers so we strongly encourage others to send in responses so that as many voices can be heard as possible – link here. but they could also be environmental projects or new social enterprises. If this National Task Force was to get things started then the national agencies and funders could come in behind and help take things to the next level and, before you know it you have communities making their places, economies and health better.“, “The premise is simple – our Embers report has clearly shown the pivotal role played by creative practitioners and small creative organisations to initiate and maintain momentum in placemaking projects. What we’d like to do through EMBERS is represent this ‘place-making’ activity in the region back to the new South of Scotland Enterprise Agency in the hope (and expectation!) They played for school dances and parties making as much as sixty-dollars for all of their efforts on a good night. This is The Stove’s response to the call-out from the Cross-party Committee on Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs on the impact of covid-19 to Scotlands Culture and Tourism sectors and how our sector should be supported at this time. Our long-term, strategic aim here is to support a regional network of Creative Placemaking activity that helps build and sustain a robust creative workforce whilst responding to real need at local community level. “We hope to continue to support Embers to strengthen local government collaboration with community groups and local enterprise, to enable communities to improve their own wellbeing according to local priorities.”. – Katharine Wheeler, Curatorial Team Member and lead on the Embers report. At the very start of lockdown it became clear that others were better placed than us to provide the type of community care roles that we have seen a lot of creative place-based groups and organisations take in the field creative community-led work we operate in. “What we hope is that the Embers Report will be a map, advocacy document and proposal for support needed to further advance the really great work in placemaking that we can see happening in our communities. In this time when community responses and collective action is at the front of everyone’s minds, there is a long history of community activity in the South of Scotland with people coming together to look at the future of their towns and villages. This response comes from our experience as a community focused organisation in the High Street of Dumfries, ongoing discussion with the freelance creative community of Dumfries and Galloway, the small groups and businesses we work with and as many of the national discussions and emerging reports we can sanely be part of. The Rogue Embers. Small businesses re-organise themselves to take food to our most vulnerable (often without payment), neighbours leave groceries on the doorsteps of those they barely know, people pledge all manner of support and money to those they have never met, we share creative ideas to keep us busy and explore ways of connecting when we cannot physically meet. We feature a special breakfast, lunch, and dinner item daily. This paper develops a series of proposals for support and a long term vision through an understanding of the cultural sector that has been brought into sharp focus by COVID. 673 likes. WANNA BE A V.I.P.? Embers report – to go live in a few weeks this report explores some of the fantastic work in our communities and proposes more considered understanding and support for Creative Placemaking work for the South of Scotland. There is always something going on at The Embers. Web Hosting and Management by Channel Marker Media and 57 Marketing . It brings people, communities, groups and organisations together to co-develop better strategies for our places. We see an opportunity to devolve resource and power to local people by supporting creative freelancers and groups and organisations that are already working as part of their communities to develop locally responsive projects that can also take advantage of cross sector opportunity for long-term benefit. The Embers DVD McBryde Films presents, The Embers, featuring Craig Woolard: The Heart And Soul Of Beach Music. Instagram Facebook For booking information please contact embersjohnt@aol.com ©2021 The Embers. Embers is all about FUN! They were awarded Military Coins of Excellence for their distinguished service. We need to share and recycle ALL support given – if we invest into spaces/buildings/large institutions for example, how can they then pay that forward to others in the sector and their surrounding community through resource, space, knowledge sharing, local expertise and procurement and be held accountable to that? 2,233 likes. Enjoy our spacious meeting areas that come equipped with high quality seating accommodations, outdoor patio with wood oven and a fire pit. Specials. The Embers consider the genre of Beach Music as “music with a memory” and have been creating lasting memories since its inception in 1958. Today, touring is commonplace for The Embers regularly boasting an … This two-hour documentary film highlights the history of Carolina Beach Music and the band that has had the most influence on its evolution, The Embers. It is vital that our region supports its creative sector, which has been such a success story in recent years. The Embers have solidified their position as a thriving musical entity leaving their mark on listeners for decades. Of our 600+ members, we estimate that as many as half will be self-employed or freelancers. 874 likes. It presents an in-depth investigation into the importance, impact and potential influence of Creative Placemaking for the local economy and wellbeing of communities in South of Scotland. The Embers Biography: In 1958, a couple of enterprising high school boys in Raleigh, North Carolina answered the Soviet challenge of Sputnick by forming a band called The Satellites. Country Rock Band based in Derbyshire Creative Placemaking should be at the heart of this through the way that communities are coming together to develop new social enterprises and place-based projects. Come to their show and they will put JOY in your step, LOVE in your heart and BEACH MUSIC in your soul! Today, touring is commonplace for The Embers regularly boasting an average of 225 shows per year. Ideas don’t always work but when they do they are making a real difference in people’s lives.”. Langholm (Outpost Arts) Wed 18th Sept 3-5pm The Look Out, 42-44 High Street, Langholm, DG13 0JH, Stranraer (Stranraer Development Trust) Wed 2nd of Oct 5:30-7:30pm The Embers report presents a road map for integrating creative businesses into communities and the future inclusive economy of our area. The Stove has always been many things for many people – a café, an events space, a space to gather and take part in activity, to have conversations about our place, to challenge ideas and perceptions, to grow projects and activity together. “What if we were to pay out of work people in the Creative and Community sectors a fair wage to work in their local communities to start new projects (or build on things started in lockdown) – these could be cultural projects like choirs, writer’s groups etc. Through our experience this includes, but is not limited to, the following groups and activities in cultural and creative industries: “Creative workers–one of the more vulnerable sectors of the workforce–are already seeing devastating impacts on their income, not only in turnover terms, but also in their charitable contributions and sponsorships. “How can we, as a creative agency for change, make things slightly different here.”, – Lucy MacLeod, Creative Director for Outpost Arts, Langholm, The Embers report is available to download by here: Embers Report, For a Clear Text Version: Embers Report – Clear Text Version, If people have ideas about how this vision can be taken forward please do get in touch with Katharine by emailing katharine@thestove.org. Atlas Pandemica is a new project, like Homegrown, specifically developed in response to COVID, it commissions artists to gather and react to stories of the pandemic’s impact on often unheard voices in our communities and develop creative visioning for going forward into a more socially inclusive future. The Embers are a beach music legend! Homegrown – addressing this new normal by proposing four values that will frame our work: Insight, Perseverance, Open-heartedness & Solidarity. to justify a more holistic and creative approach to economic recovery that makes use of our community groups and organisations (Community Wealth Building, Carnegie Trust on Wellbeing, Wellbeing Economy, Anchor Organisations). Web Hosting and Management by Channel Marker Media and 57 Marketing . Check out our upcoming specials here. Find out about new music, new merchandise and special offers! Katharine Wheeler, Curatorial Team Member and lead on the Embers report. 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