Body, Voice and Drama 2
Arc Theatre worked with young people leaving care in Barking and Dagenham to explore ways to increase confidence, wellbeing and build relationships
Body, Voice and Drama
A week-long club for young women working with the Adolescent Team in Children's Care and Support Services led by practitioners from Arc Theatre exploring creative activities to improve confidence and self-esteem.
Sound and Podcast Making
A sound production and podcast project with sound artist, Hannah Kemp-Welch and producer Naz Hoque with young people working with Youth Offending Services
Time and Space
Artist Mai Omer hosted an intergenerational after-school club for foster carers, children in care and birth children.
Artist India Harvey worked with a group of local young people who identify as LGBTQIA+ to think about and create personal pride flags.
Dance, Movement and Playing
A club for 12-15 year olds to explore dance and movement with Barking and Dagenham Youth Dance
Creative Resilience Part 2: Gardening Club with Blak Outside
Safely and proudly outside in Dagenham
Make a Banner
Making banners to take home with Artist Rudy Loewe and young people aged 11-16
A project for making stories and connecting
Artist Nisha Duggal worked with a group of young people with experience of forced migration to explore ways to communicate with different art materials, textures and sounds.
Art Summer with Foster Families
An intergenerational art club for foster carers, children in care and birth children.
Radio Ballads, Songs for Systems Change
A three year-long project with residents of Barking and Dagenham, social care staff, carers, cultural organisations and artists.
Creative Resilience Part 1: Gardening Club
Creative collective Blak Outside hosted an intergenerational after-school club for foster carers, children in care and birth children.
Pattern to Product
Pattern, printmaking and product design with artist Sarina Mantel and young people.
Jam the House
Young adults join artist and writer Aislinn Evans to play and develop DIY video gaming.
Five Days to Build a New World
Artist Albert Potrony and Jill Comfort, Consultant Clinical Social Worker and Play Therapist, explore approaches to collaborative work.
Poet, performer and radio host Lady Unchained works alongside young people in youth offending services.
We Are Here
Home-making and object-building in an intergenerational club with foster families and artist Katriona Beales.
Bringing together creative practitioners and young people aged 10-21 for one to one mentoring.
What’s Your Plan?
Filmmaking project with artist Paul Crook with young people in Leaving Care Services.
We Are the Future
A storymaking club with artist Rebecca Davies, foster children, birth children and their carers and parents.
A project with young women at risk of exploitation and artist Albert Potrony exploring how we can take care of our mind and body and use our voices in the world.
Lyrical Cacophony Sound Club
A project with young people with experience of forced migration and of being unaccompanied asylum seekers, working alongside artist Emma Smith to explore how we connect to one another using our voices.
Creative Coding AKA Digital Foraging
A project with artist Antonio Roberts with young men and boys exploring the free world of online open source software.
Reclaim the Space
Young people referred from Youth Offending Services designing new financial currencies with artist Antonio Roberts.
Creating the best ever party with artist Rebecca Davies, carers, parents and foster and birth children.
New Town Voices
Writer and educator Belinda Zhawi explores spoken word, poetry and self-publishing with care experienced young women.
;-) :-& ;-O Art for Young People (Adults Welcome)
An exhibition by artist Rebecca Davies for young people and adults to inspire conversation and play.
Making music videos with foster children, birth children, foster carers and artist Rebecca Davies.
Make Your Space
Younger parents and artist Gayle Chong Kwan explore creative ways to take care of our mind and body and confidently use our voices in the world.
Make Your Own English
Exploring language with young adults with experience of forced migration and of being unaccompanied asylum seekers, alongside artist Albert Potrony.
Let's Build Our Fantasy Town
Artist Gayle Chong Kwan and young people in foster care build imaginary environments.
Assembly Mixtape Club
Artist Joe Namy set up a collaborative platform for young people using social care services to explore sound and art.
A Place With a Heart, a Place to Grow
An after-school club with artist and activist Elsa James and foster families in Barking and Dagenham.