How the project unfolded

A few photos to give you a flavour of our project. As you’ll see, the young people at A4B have take part in loads of different arts activities, and will be completing their Discover Arts Awards. Thanks to John Fisher and everyone at A4B for supporting the project and giving us such a warm welcome! The project was funded by Birmingham City Council’s Next Generation programme.

Gathering initial ideas and inspiration on a wintry walk up Erdington High Street one Saturday morning

Gathering initial ideas and inspiration on a wintry walk up Erdington High Street one Saturday morning

Baking bread for our Baker, Baker story

Weighing flour to make bread rolls for our Baker, Baker story

Busy making figures and posters inspired by Mothers Studio

We watched a 1969 film of Pink Floyd recording a live album at Mothers Studio, Erdington High Street. And then we got busy making figures and posters inspired by music and fashions from the era. Get a nice groove…

 

Storytelling circle to make up our own 21st century version the story of Til Eulenspeigel

Storytelling circle to make up our own 21st century version based on the traditional tale of Til Eulenspeigel

Drama and devising action for Athene's Salon story and film

Drama and devising action for Athene’s Salon stories, inspired by Greek myths

Our baker's hat with story ideas written in...

Our baker’s hat with story ideas written in…

Audio recording with Pyn

Recording scripts to make our audio soundtrack with Pyn

 

 

 

Taking photos of our actors in front of a green screen

Taking photos of our actors in front of a green screen

 

Film still with photographic background added

Film still with photographic background added – next stop Hollywood!

Photos by Hannah Prentice