Pagoda Arts - Chinese Year of the Dragon Celebrations
Venue: Pagoda Chinese Community Centre, Henry Street, Liverpool L1 5BU Tel: 0151 2338833 Mobile: 07769330440 Fax: 0151 2338839 email: firstname.lastname@example.org For the latest information and news: www.pagodaarts.org.uk
Exhibitions and Workshops:
From Monday 16th January 10:00am to 4:00pm daily Exhibition of traditional Chinese New Year Calligraphy
Tuesday 17th January 10:00am to 12:00 noon Taichi, Taichi Sword and Qi Gong demonstration
Thursday 19th January 10:00am & 2:00pm Chinese Music Demonstrations (pre-booked for schools and groups only)
Friday 20th January 10:00am and 2:00pm Chinese Theatre make-up, Chinese paper cutting and a Chinese music demonstration
Saturday 21st January 1:00 pm – 3:00pm Pagoda Chinese Youth Orchestra and fold dance group. A rare chance to see Europe’s largest Chinese orchestra in rehearsals.
Sunday 22nd January 1:30 pm – 3:30pm Chinese Music, Dance, Taichi performance in Pagoda.
Monday 27th Feb – 12th March Exhibition of Chinese Brush Painting by local students
The Pagoda is the home of the largest Chinese Youth Orchestra in Europe, which has achieved international acclaims under the direction of Mr. Li. The Pagoda opens its door and welcomes you to enjoy a series of Cultural events over the New Year period. For school, college and group booking, please ring in advance.
We provide Chinese music, dance, taichi, calligraphy, paper cutting, story telling and drama, cookery, tea ceremony in schools, colleges. Live performance events for functions.
Would you like to volounteer at Pagoda?
As a volunteer with Pagoda Arts you can expect:
– To be involved with an organisation that is dedicated to promoting Chinese culture
– A supportive and positive environment that ensures you enjoy your volunteering
– Opportunities to influence the development of Pagoda Arts
– To be treated with respect and courtesy
– To be treated fairly regardless of gender, sexual orientation, age, parental or marital status, disability, religion, colour, race, ethnic or national origins, or socio/economic background
– An induction and opportunities to undertake appropriate training
– A named contact for support
– Relevant and up to date information and advice
– Recognition and thanks
– Reimbursement of any reasonable out-of-pocket expenses incurred in the course of your volunteering
– Equal opportunities
– Adequate public liability insurance
– Respect to your right to privacy and that of your contacts
In return we ask that you:
– Support our aims and objectives
– Remember that you are a representative of Pagoda Arts
– Reach a shared understanding with us summarising your role and commitment
– Are open and honest in your dealings with us
– Treat fellow volunteers and staff with courtesy and respect
– Let us know if you wish to change the nature of your contribution
- Let us know if we can improve the service and support that you receive
We will provide volunteers with any information, training or equipment they need to remain safe whilst carrying out their volunteering tasks.
Volunteers are expected to remember their duty of care towards the people around them, and not act in a way that might endanger those around them.
Volunteers are included in our Health and Safety policy, which can be found in (Liverpool foder)
Our Health and Safety Policy also includes:
- Risk assessments
- Lone Working Policy
- Dealing with difficult situations/ people protocols
- Child & Vulnerable Adult Protection Policy