Highlights from our Easter project, where we are celebrating food in stories. Also exploring the relationship between everyday creativity and health.
A guest blog from Gemima, a year 10 student at Chessington Community College co-creating Loneliness in the City with us.
As part of Urban Stories, we hand over to one of our emerging artists from Chessington Community College to share his thoughts on making the project.
I am three weeks in to working on Emoji, a brand new piece of theatre cocreated with Anstee Bridge. Anstee is an alternative education programme working with vulnerable young people.
Our Creative Club in Heston is made up of junior school children, aged 7-11. They meet once a week and have investigated everything from mental health to utopia. Ahead of Children's Mental Health Day we're delighted to share their ideas about kindness, to feel happy.
In the last week of 2017, we’ve eaten noodles, too much chocolate and toasted our participants before shutting shop for the year.
I recently heard someone say “We are not changing the world, but we are changing something” and with this mind, I would like to thank everyone who has run with our pack this year.
These are but a few of my highlights ...
11 years of Bounce have wizzed by. As part of our birthday celebrations we collected memories of peoples experiences of the company. We're posting them here for posterity but also because it makes us proud.
A reflective blog about grit, intelligence and creativity from our Creative Learning Manager Amber. Considering the parallels between classroom teaching experiences and Bounce's new programme here.
Happy (belated) birthday Bounce! A small reflection on 11 years of bouncing and what it means to us.