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Amy Martin

Impact Hub Birmingham
Creative Director
Birmingham UK
Amy is a Creative Producer ​& Facilitator with over 10 years experience ​across a range of art forms​. Amy’s most recent appointment was at Tate Liverpool to co-construct a festival with young people and over 30 of Liverpool’s creative organisations to audiences of over 15,000 people. ​

I​​n 2015 she became a BOM (Birmingham Open Media) Fellow and part of the Innovate UK / Arts Council England funded arts & technology pilot at NearNow Studio in Nottingham. As founder of Birmingham SOUP, a microgranting dinner celebrating creative projects in Birmingham inspired by #DetroitSOUP, Amy is deeply committed to Birmingham and in finding ways to build resilient creative communities. ​

At Impact Hub Birmingham, Amy will be exploring the intersections of art, social impact and learning, especially advocating for the specific skills of artists within social innovation and systems change.

Her project FAMALAM​ ​​explores parenting and play in the 21st Century and her work at Impact Hub will build upon her Co-Creche and Stay and Play season by exploring a new operating model for nomadic working parents and their children with an Impact Hub Parent Membership. Amy is interested in the role of children at the hub and creating a mutually beneficial and intergenerational learning community.

Amy is leading on #RadicalChildcare ​- ​an initiative to explore, imagine and invest in bold new possibilities for the future of childcare.
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