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Fashioning Our History Programme Free for ages 12 - 22, Fashioning our History - Funded by Brent Council and The Mayor of London

  • London
  • crafts, combined arts, film, interdisciplinary arts, libraries, museums, photography, visual arts
  • Warren Reilly (Creative Director)


Are you Aged 12 - 22 and interested in a career in Fashion and/or Art? Do you know someone else who is? This is Fashioning Our History and we are here to support the community in a time of seismic change, to inspire the next generation of creatives in the Borough of Brent and Beyond. The Programme will include:
- Free Art/drawing Materials Funded by the @mayorofldn and @brentcouncil (Sponsored Materials by @cassart1984 #kensingtonhighstreet and @hobbycrafthq #Greenwich)
- A chance to explore your Local History / Personal Identity.
- Practical Art-Making Workshops in Research, Design and Artwork Creation
- Creative Writing & Fashion Illustration Workshops
- Group Discussions
- Portfolio Reviews
- Connections with other creative individuals in Brent and Beyond
- A series of Online educational Lectures with Practicing artists and designers
A Final exhibition of works at The #willesdengreenlibrarycentre between March-April 2021
All of the work produced within the project will be inaugurated into the @brentmuseumandarchives , which will be stored safely for future generations and available to the public for study. Workshops will be led by Creative Director, @wr.designs_ (Supported by Workshop assistant and Illustrator @rsrillustration and teacher and Garment technologist @nicola1000000 ), Fashion Illustrator and @lcflondon_ lecturer @suedraylcf and @rcatextiles MA Student and lecturer @elyseblackshaw
Applications are now open to be part of our fantastic programme. The Programme is set to take place between February - April of 2021. To apply and find out more, follow the link in the bio! DEADLINE 15TH JANUARY 2021 @lboc2020

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Photo, Crowds enjoying Garden of Light, by TILT. Lumiere London 2016, produced by Artichoke, supported by Mayor of London. Credit Matthew Andrews 2016.

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Photo, Jennie Gill, Yorkshire Artspace, Sheffield. Photo Our Favourite Places / Nigel Barker for Yorkshire Artspace.