Leanne Rahman
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  • Cardiff
  • United Kingdom
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What I do:
I'm a freelance Arts Consultant specialising in programming, curating and developing diverse arts product, as well as offering support and advice on innovative ways in which to diversify audiences. Services include: * Project Management * Audience Development * Event Management * Community Engagement * Diversity Training * Research * Arts Development * Festivals * Arts Mentoring * Policy Development * Fundraising Support * Arts Start Ups * Developing Sustainable Partnerships
A little more about me:
I've recently established Tamiko Arts, an exciting new consultancy created to inject creativity and diversity into projects and events. After 12 years working across the arts and the community development sector, I decided to put the skills and knowledge I've acquired to good use. Tamiko Arts Consultancy services provide bespoke project and event innovation and training.

Leanne is a professional project coordinator, trainer, arts and events manager, who has developed her practice around audio visual, performance arts and diversity. Leanne established her passion for the arts while taking part in workshops led by the Black Film and Video Workshop in Wales and later graduated from the Newport Film School with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Film and Video. Leanne then went on to work voluntarily as the coordinator for the International Black Film Festival of Wales initiating the first 'Shorts in Colour' tour and Junior Film and Video Workshops. As well as offering support and advice on innovative ways in which to diversify audiences, Leanne can provide a service that enables you to reach, as well as actively involve, communities that are poorly represented within arts participation and arts delivery.

"Leanne's driving force is her ambition to secure greater awareness of the needs of diverse communities. She achieves this exceptionally well through the promotion of the arts. Her work is thorough, detailed and always paces ahead of everyone else! Leanne's incredible experience and knowledge; coupled with her calm approach, ensures that projects are effectively managed to completion with outstanding results every time. The Romani Cultural & Arts Company is proud to be associated with Leanne Rahman and Tamiko Arts Consultancy."
Isaac Blake - Romani Arts and Cultural Company

"Leanne is well experienced and proficient in areas of Arts development and project management. Her years of experience and wisdom have allowed her to approach and work for her clients in the utmost friendliest and effective way, this process is vital when working with minority groups and people with minimal experience or confidence working within the Arts Industry. Her passion for the Arts is unfathomable and her knowledge of the sector and her clients is both inspiring to witness and a pleasure to work alongside."
Fez Miah - Urban Circle Productions

To contact Leanne e-mail: tamikoarts@gmail.com
Projects I’m working on:
Black History Month Wales
Arts Mentoring
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Leanne Rahman's Blog

Wales Celebrates its Great Black Women

October is Black History Month and the Black History Association Wales, in partnership with the African Community Centre, Wales Millennium Centre, Unison Cymru, Radio Cardiff and The Prince’s Trust Cymru, is pleased to announce an exciting and educational…


Posted on October 18, 2015 at 10:59

Black History Month Wales Remembers WWl

Black History Association Wales, in partnership with the African Community Centre, is pleased to announce an exciting and thought provoking programme of events and workshops that will take place across Wales from September to November, many of which are connected to the World War One Centenary.


The Black History Month Wales 2014 Steering…


Posted on September 12, 2014 at 10:00

Arts Award Discover & Explore adviser training


Do you work with young people? Support their creative development with Arts Award. Train as an Arts Award Discover & Explore adviser and learn everything you need to deliver these two Arts Award levels, enabling you to support children and young people aged 5 to 25 to discover and explore the arts. Arts Award is open to young people of all interests and…


Posted on November 15, 2013 at 4:23

Creative Apprenticeships Information & Networking Event

Creative Apprenticeships information, networking and CPD event

Wednesday 27th November 2013

The Gate Arts Centre


•        Thinking of employing a young person?

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Posted on November 15, 2013 at 3:47 — 1 Comment

NeA Training is Now Available from BVSNW!

NeA Training now available from BVSNW!
Thanks to a £20,000 training grant awarded by the Arts Council of Wales, the Black Voluntary Sector Network Wales are pleased to announce a new programme of professional development opportunities for Black and Minority Ethnic artists and creatives in Wales.
The NeA (Nea Ananse) programme will host over 10 courses delivered by highly trained experts from organisations such as Arts & Business…

Posted on April 26, 2012 at 7:20

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At 12:17 on September 29, 2010, Dominic Rai said…
hi Leanne - good to see you the other week. I thought the meeting was very productive can you email me the minutes. If you need any additional information for your meeting with WAG let me know. Dominic
At 11:08 on November 13, 2009, James Doyle-Roberts said…
Look forward to hearing from you Leanne, have a great weekend.
At 10:03 on November 11, 2009, James Doyle-Roberts said…
Hi Leanne,
Thanks for adding me as a friend. I'm from a circus and site-responsive theatre background, and have a lot of experience of leading workshops in circus and physical theatre skills, particularly in communities identified as being in need of cultural and physical activities.

My company Citrus Arts are showing a short scratch performance at Wales Millennium Centre this Saturday, as part of their Incubator project. It's at 7pm with 2 other companies showing work as well.

Good luck with your mission; I'm happy to help in any way you think is suitable.
At 0:22 on July 27, 2009, Catherine Paskell said…
Hi Leanne

Welcome to National Theatre Wales! Thanks for adding me as a friend too! Thanks so much for your time last week meeting me and the Manchester artists. It was so exciting to hear about the work BVSNW does and to think about ways we can work together, I think something really electric could happen! The Manchesters are back in Cardiff in about 3 weeks, so it would be fab if we could have a chat to set up another meeting then, to talk more in depth about a potential South Cardiff project. Also, really chuffed that you're interested in our 'advocacy/ambassadors' programme, if you join the Group on here called 'NTW TEAM' then you will automatically get all the info needed about what Team Members (what we are calling our advocates/ambassadors). But we should also maybe have a chat about how to actively recruit Team Members from your contacts and membership lists, who may not otherwise know they can get involved. Looking forward to it all! x

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