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Our Work


what we're doing and how to get involved

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Our Work


what we're doing and how to get involved

Autumn 2017

This Autumn, we're championing the fact that creativity matters. Our programme includes Urban Stories, where we'll build a city. During Creative Spaces, we'll turn an underused community space into a pop up space for family learning. Our residences will explore the impact of creativity on well-being and learning. Creative Club participants will experiment with new forms of art.

Read on and find out more!

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Creative Clubs


Exploring everyday creativity from drama to digital arts

Creative Clubs


Exploring everyday creativity from drama to digital arts

Our Creative Clubs are weekly ‘wellbeing' clubs for children and young people to explore everyday creativity, and make new friends. The clubs are inclusive and new members are welcome throughout the year. This term our clubs are all exploring the theme of kindness through creativity. Click on each location to learn more. 

Creative Club@Heston

Creative Club@Kingston

Creative Club@Twickenham

 

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projects


Work that we are making at the moment 

projects


Work that we are making at the moment 

Urban Stories

An art and drama project to conceive a city from a young persons perspective whilst creating an Arts Award hub.

Creative Spaces 

A family learning project in Hounslow transforming an underused community space into a space for creative play. 

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Artists in Residence


long term collaborations 

Artists in Residence


long term collaborations 

Cranford Community College

Bounce forms part of an interdisciplinary team of artists and educators investigating new ways to embed creativity into the curriculum for Years 7-9. 

 Anstee Bridge 

'Love your Emojis' is a creative campaign around mental health, co created with students at Anstee Bridge, staff and artists. Our first project will be for World Mental Health Day.

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schools


the different ways we work with schools

 

 

schools


the different ways we work with schools

 

 

For over a decade Bounce has delivered creative work for children and young people.  In doing so, we have developed a range of ways to work with schools. 

We engage schools as creative partners in our projects. We provide opportunities and funding for their children and young people to become cocreators in our work. These relationships have become catalysts for creative residences on school sites where we plan and deliver bespoke projects in line with the school's curriculum needs. 

We also, where required, offer two projects designed for schools which develop language and PHSE underpinning the values of Bounce’s artistic practice. 

 

Free Resources

Creative English

PHSE project

Residencies

 
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history


Our full list of past projects.

history


Our full list of past projects.

2017

The major projects: Fried Chicken, Keep Sakes, Hansel and Gretel (The Big Holiday Project) 

Our Partners: Anstee Bridge, Army Welfare Office, Big Local 

Where we shared our work: Arthur Cotterell Theatre & Kingston Keep

2016

The major projects: 60 Years of Fashion, Women in Work, Big Holiday Exhibit, Creative clubs launch

Our Partners: Anstee Bridge, Heatham House, Cavalry Barracks, Big Local

Where we shared our work: Saatchi Gallery & the Cavalry Barracks Hounslow
 

2015

The major projects: Fried Chicken, Urban Art Stories, Dream Play, Trench Stories

Our Partners: Anstee Bridge, Heatham House, Saatchi Gallery 

Where we shared our work: Arthur Cotterell Theatre, Lime Tree School, Saatchi Gallery 

2014

The major projects: Aladdin, From Flanders Field, National Connections 

Our Partners: Orleans Park School, Anstee Bridge

Where we shared our work: Paul Robeson Theatre, Orleans Park School, Soho Theatre, Kingston Guildhall 

2013

The major projects: Cinderella, Homegrown and Handmade in Hounslow Festival, Love Stories 

Our Partners: One Stop Shop 

Where we shared our work: Paul Robeson Theatre, Kingston Guildhall 

2006-2012 

The Major Projects: Tiny Tales from Around the World, Inside my Imagination, The Finest Hour, Things to do in a Blackout, Poppy Stories, Arts Projects for Everyone and Butterfly Stories 

Our Partners: Age Concern, Shooting Star Hospice, Victoria Primary School, Meadows Residents Association, Places for People 

Where we shared our work: Tara Arts, Hampton Hill Playhouse, Paul Robeson Theatre, International Youth Arts Festival, Rose Theatre, Royal Courts of Justice, BAFTA (part of Philip Lawrence Awards), BFI and Shooting Star Hospice.