Lydia Halcrow

Title: ‘All the Plastics (Taw Estuary)’ This is part of an ongoing series working with found debris, recording the trace of our human impact on our landscape. These are collected…

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Patchlarks

Patchlarks is a social enterprise that creates wild and lovely adventures with children. Through collaborative storytelling and immersive games, they celebrate the strange and hilarious tales that are hidden all…

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Stourport Library

Can an artist have a positive impact on a venue? Stourport library is a small typical local library located in the Wyre Forest district of Worcestershire close to the towns…

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The Infirmary

Challenging behaviours This enquiry was formed with a group of participants from the Worcester Youth Development Centre, with Ali Scrannage as their designated Youth Worker, Laura Butland from University of…

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Museum on the Move

How do we make meaningful contact? Artist Sheila Farrell worked with the Museum on the Move in Hollyfields Care Home in Kidderminster. Hollyfields specialises in dementia care. We arrived with…

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Bishop Perowne School

What is a gallery? Artist/Curator/Gallerist Nathaniel Pitt’s Action Research Residency was a collaborative proposal with Teacher of Art, Jonathan Kelham at Bishop Perowne College. For the residency Nathaniel was based…

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Warmley Park School

Creative collaborations An inspired initiative to bring together Kingsfield student mentors and their post-16 peers at Warmley Park has broken new ground in the 5x5x5=creativity research, both in terms of…

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Twerton Infant School

Coming to terms with expectations and experience learning: a conversation ‘We began with an enquiry around how Literacy can be supported during Explore Time. For me as an educator that…

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Three Ways Special School

Translating enjoyment of experience to ownership and learning Our research focused on exploring the American Museum woodlands with a mixed group of primary aged Learning Disabled children. Physicality was integral…

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