CREATIVE ACTIVITIES

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I AM HERE – Windrush Learning Activity Pack (2021)

The ‘I AM HERE’ activity pack is an educational resource for your students to learn, appreciate and celebrate Windrush through creativity.

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Brixton Townscape Heritage

Engage your students with their local area. This project aims to encourage the engagement of local people with the place they live. Produced by Brixton Project.

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Discover: LVN

Get access to the Local Village Network (LVN) and find out about the latest opportunities. LVN aims for every young person to have access to positive networks and an equal chance to reach their full potential.

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Tune in to Off Book

Join Theatre Director Josh Parr and the Young Vic, in a conversation on how he entered the arts, what he's faced along the way and why his ambition is to inspire people with the same background as him.

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An Inside Look at ‘Brixton Blue’

Revisit a familiar spot and take in the hustle and bustle of Brixton, as artist Denzil Forrester discusses his first major UK public commission, 'Brixton Blue' (2018)- based of his previous painting 'Three Wicked Men' (1982). Through his painting, Forrester explores themes of racial injustice, community heritage, viewer identity and gentrification. Filmed by Art on the Underground. Image by Muata Jordan Langley

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Get Crafting: Pinch Pots

Discover a new medium as Ceramicist Sam Andrew shares one of his first lessons in the world of clay: making a pinch pot. Students can follow this simple step-by-step guide by Crafts Council, an excellent resource for aspiring potters or those who just want to try something new. All you need is some air dry clay to get started. Image by Andy Kelly

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