We were commissioned by Veolia to create an interactive small robot, a mini ‘Mr Recycle More’ (or Babybot as we have come to know him) for use in promoting the 3Rs (reduce, reuse, recycle) in schools mainly but also at community events across Tower Hamlets. He is 3’ 10” tall and the sound and...Read more...
An initiative for young people in Southwark helped them run a community festival and gain training at a professional level, writes Jane Packham.
“I learnt more than I can say on paper...” was the answer 19-year-old Adam Ouissalett gave when asked what he had learnt from Southwark Young...Read more...
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Arts Council England invest £248,601 in Emergency Exit Arts for Paper Peace, a project developing 5 collaborative partnerships across the UK of Young Producers (18-25), arts and heritage organisations.
Emergency Exit Arts, in association with HOME Slough, Creative People and Places and Creative Junction brought astronomical discovery into the centre of Slough.
Arts Council England invest £243,000 in Emergency Exit Arts to develop a Greenwich Making Space
Emergency Exit Arts in association with Corelli College, invites the curiously minded to pay a visit to the marvellously extraordinary Cabinet of Oddities & Curiosities.