Introduction
The first term Cambridge students explored movement through 9 weeks of workshops. This was documented with a digital camera, and this material then fed into the following term's workshops - Photography & Photoshop. Working with Flora Gardens, Cambridge School used these digital images, along with others gathered over the 9 weeks, and manipulated them on photoshop. The project gave students from both schools not only access to arts workshops, but also provided a starting point in building relationships between both schools and pupils.

Epic Arts
Union was organised by Epic Arts and ran over two terms (Spring and Summer 2005). Epic Arts promotes inclusion, social integration and community regeneration through the transformative power of creativity. We work with children, young people, adults and the elderly - both those in the mainstream and those marginalised by disadvantage or disability. This project enabled us to explore Dance/Physical Theatre and Photography & Photoshop working with pupils in Hammersmith.

Workshop Leaders
The photography and photoshop sessions were run by Sav Kyriacou from digital:works and Sarah Heasman.

website design by digital:works

 

The project was funded by
Children in Need.