Young People

Work with students from two high schools in Bridlington to consider urban development issues, deliver training and create digital images of future visions for the area. Presented as an urban projection as part of the town centre festival, and also to the Town Management team.

Helping develop Oldham College student’s street style performances as part of this large public Halloween event with Pif-Paf.

Part of the Watershed team delivering a residential weekend of creative activity with members of the CHARGE syndrome families support group. The video focuses on the activities undertaken by the young people themselves and their thoughts and feelings about the shape of things to come.

About 30 young people spent 8 weeks devising scenes for a film in evening drama sessions..... followed by one mad weekend of filming. Later shown at a gala premiere event. In collaboration with Satellite Arts.

A series of mask making, drama improvisations and video making sessions in this project with the Holmfirth SNAP (Special Needs At Phoenix) group. The resulting video was first screened at the club before copies distributed to participants.

workshop at Huddersfield Art Gallery

Free creative family workshops at Huddersfield Art Gallery and Birkby Community Centre exploring living space through a range of hands-on arts workshops.

colouring the corridors

Working with the Royds Hall Creative Curriculum group - 25 students looking at the year 6-7 transition programme. This project grew over the year and culminated at the start of the new academic year in September.

'Icons of Desire' computer animations produced by a group of young people after training in animation software. The results displayed in a re-engineered arcade style fruit machine, containing a dual screen interactive computer driven installation. Contact Theatre, Manchester.

A series of workshops in 10 schools in North Kirklees on the theme of crime.

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Thu 28/08/2014

Fashion colours change each season, but why do we choose our favourite colours? And how much do they affect us?

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