Our Here Celebration
To celebrate three years of our project and International Women’s Day 2018, we held a social event and exhibition @ the John Lewis Community Hub, Leeds. The event was organised in partnership with Angel of Youths.
Our interactive documentary Our Here was exhibited for interaction alongside copies of our zines to read and take away.
We had craft and mobile filmmaking activities for people to try out, alongside live music and poetry performances and a bring and share food table.
International Day of the Girl Child: Talk & Zine Workshop
On 11th October 2017 we were invited to collaborate with the Leeds-based Angel of Youths charity on an event to address the challenges girls face and to promote girls’ empowerment. We held a zine workshop to ask girl co-creators: what words of support would you offer to a younger/older version of yourself?
In May 2016 we joined staff and students from Leeds Trinity University for Leeds Dérive. In a psychogeography event to celebrate the original launch of the Situationist International manifesto, we explored an area of Leeds we were unfamiliar with, recording our findings along the way. We co-created a short film which depicts a dystopian version of post-Brexit Leeds- through the eyes of the only remaining inhabitant…
In March 2016 we held a one to one conversation workshop, through which we explored the themes of reminiscence, friendship and how newly arrived citizens can connect with people in their local community.
Navigate the story of Magda and Felicity’s friendship on our SoundCloud page
British Art Show 8 Social
In November 2015 we visited the British Art Show 8 exhibition at Leeds City Art Gallery. Exploring the galleries with various mobile camera devices, we set out to make a film which captured our digital imprint of the event. The final short film was co-edited online using social media platforms to hold conversations and make edit decisions.
Maisaa’s Abbey Dash
On 15th November 2015, co-creator Maisaa Tanjour ran the 10K Leeds Abbey Dash as part of a small team, raising £3,000 for the Red Cross Syria Crisis Appeal. We were there to cheer her on and gather footage of the event. The finished film was fully co-created by our collective over a series of conversation and co-editing workshops.
Out of the UK