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Sam Wade


Sam Wade

Sam started working for DaDaFest in 2009 as a freelance coordinator; she helped to deliver DaDaFest International 2009 and 2010. In 2011, Sam began running the young people’s programme at DaDaFest and has since worked with young people in Merseyside to deliver a number of exciting large-scale projects.

Sam’s role at DaDaFest involves enabling young people to engage with the arts and pursue creative careers in their chosen sector. She leads on the Artist Development programme and is the Safeguarding Officer for the organisation.

Sam previously worked within creative industries prior to becoming a qualified visual arts teacher for five years. Sam’s passions lie with visual arts, in particular, art for social change.

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