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One Below the Queen at the Portobello Film Festival

One Below the Queen: Rowley Way speaks for itself will be shown as part of the Portobello Film Festival on Tuesday 7th September 2010. We hope to get some of the film makers along so you can meet them.

One Below the Queen at the Portobello Film Festival

One Below the Queen: Rowley Way speaks for itself will be shown as part of the Portobello Film Festival on Tuesday 7th September 2010. We hope to get some of the film makers along so you can meet them.

One Below the Queen – Film Launch

We have been working with an intergenerational group of residents on the Alexandra and Ainsworth Estate in NW London to make a documentary film about the estate. The film is being launched this weekend at a cinema and the whole estate is invited as well as Neave Brown, the architect who designed it, and anyone else interested in coming along.

One Below the Queen – Film Launch

We have been working with an intergenerational group of residents on the Alexandra and Ainsworth Estate in NW London to make a documentary film about the estate. The film is being launched this weekend at a cinema and the whole estate is invited as well as Neave Brown, the architect who designed it, and anyone else interested in coming along.

Health-seeker / Map-maker

Health-Seeker is a map that privileges the ear over the eye. It is at once a historical record and a subjective representation of what is going on in the country. It is what each user wishes it to be and it is ever growing, ever changing and totally interactive. The purpose of this map is to explore and create an ongoing dialog regarding your experience specific to the arts and health. We welcome your input into this map and details on how you can record your own soundbite can be found on the recording page.

Health-seeker / Map-maker

Health-Seeker is a map that privileges the ear over the eye. It is at once a historical record and a subjective representation of what is going on in the country. It is what each user wishes it to be and it is ever growing, ever changing and totally interactive. The purpose of this map is to explore and create an ongoing dialog regarding your experience specific to the arts and health. We welcome your input into this map and details on how you can record your own soundbite can be found on the recording page.

Spirit

Spirit is a year long arts based project working in the London Borough of Camden with young people with learning difficulties and young carers. We are making a film documentary of the process to include interviews with the participants, artists

Spirit

Spirit is a year long arts based project working in the London Borough of Camden with young people with learning difficulties and young carers. We are making a film documentary of the process to include interviews with the participants, artists

Weymouth Tramps

digital:works have secured a commission to work with the Council and young people from Weymouth on a short film about being homeless.

Weymouth Tramps

digital:works have secured a commission to work with the Council and young people from Weymouth on a short film about being homeless.

DIGITAL:WORKS celebrates receiving a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund

DIGITAL:WORKS is celebrating receiving a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to help record people’s memories of entering the workforce in the 1940s/50s. They will then compare this to the present day and look at young peoples experiences of finding work.

Digital:works will be working with a group of volunteers from Poole and Parkstone and with Poole museum local history centre. Together we will investigate the difference in working practices from when people started work in the 1940/50s and compare this with the present day. We will explore the range of work on offer and the type of employment people have undertaken over the last sixty years and investigate how work patterns have changed from the 20th to the 21st century.

DIGITAL:WORKS celebrates receiving a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund

DIGITAL:WORKS is celebrating receiving a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to help record people’s memories of entering the workforce in the 1940s/50s. They will then compare this to the present day and look at young peoples experiences of finding work.

Digital:works will be working with a group of volunteers from Poole and Parkstone and with Poole museum local history centre. Together we will investigate the difference in working practices from when people started work in the 1940/50s and compare this with the present day. We will explore the range of work on offer and the type of employment people have undertaken over the last sixty years and investigate how work patterns have changed from the 20th to the 21st century.

My Future City

From the community’s words, thoughts, dreams and feelings, digital:works have created a giant artwork, on the hoarding of BBC Media Village. digital:works have just completed their latest project ‘My Future City’, working closely with Artswest and the BBC. This work,

My Future City

From the community’s words, thoughts, dreams and feelings, digital:works have created a giant artwork, on the hoarding of BBC Media Village. digital:works have just completed their latest project ‘My Future City’, working closely with Artswest and the BBC. This work,

Children’s film nominated for BBC Big Screen Awards

The Pavilion in the Past film that children from Westfield Technology College & St Andrews Primary School made in collaboration with digital-works has been nominated for the BBC Big Screen Awards. Mark Kermode, who judged the nominated films said, “Pavilion

Children’s film nominated for BBC Big Screen Awards

The Pavilion in the Past film that children from Westfield Technology College & St Andrews Primary School made in collaboration with digital-works has been nominated for the BBC Big Screen Awards. Mark Kermode, who judged the nominated films said, “Pavilion

Pavilion Past Film Project

We worked with young people, volunteers and teachers from Westfield Technology College and St Andrew’s School in Weymouth on the Pavilion Past Project. We partnered with Dorset History Centre to help the children understand history through a contemporary issue. The

Pavilion Past Film Project

We worked with young people, volunteers and teachers from Westfield Technology College and St Andrew’s School in Weymouth on the Pavilion Past Project. We partnered with Dorset History Centre to help the children understand history through a contemporary issue. The

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