By Elizabeth Havercroft
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2 Shep in action. c Helen Page youth, and educational and corporate clients. His speciality, he feels, is being able to bring together innovative and complex ideas to give people ‘a retail experience’ they have never seen before. We first heard about Shep and his enterprise through word of mouth. Every time we asked young people in Adelaide about either the hip hop scene or about where urban Aboriginal young people went to practise their music skills we tended to be directed to Da Klinic. As Shep became a regular contributor to the research project we learnt a great deal about the other resources that the teenagers and often the pre-teens used across the city to develop their technical skills and social networks and also about Da Klinic’s outreach, educational and commercial programs, which developed extensively during the period of our research (see particularly Chapters 5 and 6).
It highlighted the roles of alternative learning practices, such as mentoring and networking, in the way young people gain knowledge and expertise from their peers and from significant adults in their everyday music activities (Hays, 1998). 15 Music is Youth and Youth is Music 23 The significance of place: CBOs as alternative learning spaces To facilitate these aims, we decided that the research in all of the sites, both nationally and internationally, should be located primarily out of schools, focusing instead on the role of community-based organisations.
Music is Youth and Youth is Music 35 The Pie Factory The Pie Factory was a youth arts centre, which was situated in Margate when we first started the fieldwork there, but which has now been relocated to Ramsgate. It was set up to manage the ‘Thanet Youth Music Action Zone’ (TYMAZ) funded by Youth Music. The Thanet District Council initiated the Thanet Youth Music Action Zone by Youth Music in April 2001 with an initial two-year budget of £316, 000 to bring music to deprived areas in Thanet. TYMAZ then became Pie Factory Music, a charity set up to provide music and related arts workshops for young people across East Kent.