Category Archives: Participants

Procession – Going Home (the Odyssey)

Video by Nigel of Bermondsey of the event: Procession on the day: Work created with the participants (following questions prepared by Sarah Butler): Thanks to Vanessa Woolf and Nigel of Bermondsey for beautiful storytelling and songs during the procession around … Continue reading

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Animated houses

As part of half term activities we planned for Thursday, 16 Feb we worked with children between 5 and 9 years old. The children were given house templates (designed by Esther Yarnold at Interim) that they decorated with objects that … Continue reading

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Celebration night – 16 February 2012, 5-7pm

To celebrate the project, reflect on the work done and conclude the conversations we organised an evening of conversations happening alongised the display of all of the work produced; including the Boutcher school, Crampton school, Evelina Hospital school, all the … Continue reading

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Young photographer’s work

Wonderful results from our collaboration with pupils from Boutcher school.

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Conversation No 4 / Objects in Our Lives and Imagination

Part of our on-going series of conversations we are bringing together a selected group of interested artists, researchers and practitioners to discuss themes we encounter in our work and lives. Objects in our lives and imagination was a conversation on … Continue reading

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Boutcher school visits

We are running a photo/writing project with Boutcher school who came to visit us on Tuesday. The children looked around the museum to spot and draw different objects, after which we had a chat about their cherished objects and planned … Continue reading

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Working with the Youth Panel

We had fun on Saturday – our second workshop with the Youth Panel at the Cuming museum. Everyone had done a little exercise – writing from the point of view of 1st, 2nd and 3rd person. Some great work and … Continue reading

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