projects in the pipeline

talent rich london

A birds-eye view of community work

A community-led online platform mapping volunteers, activities, groups, and resources across Greater London; a space to collaborate and network with grassroots workers.

Inspiring youth in art

During a community event, children to age 17 are given all the tools and materials to create a work of art on-site. The winner does on to develop a community art installation.

Community archiving

Winner of the 2019 Birkbeck University of London Award for Public Engagement, Kensington Narrators is a grassroots, community-led organization which launched in the wake of the Grenfell fire.  Narrators archive important creative works which tell the story of the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea.

Hands-on training for careers in media

Youth Culture TV gave disadvantaged youth hands-on training in television production work; including technical, creative, and performance skills.  This programme needs to be reimagined for the 21st century.
Windsor and eton cultural exchange

Starting cross-cultural connection early

A parent-led project helping children to meet across cultural boundaries.

windsor’s got talent

Showcasing cross-cultural identity

A project to highlight the strengths of cross-cultual identities.

the great intergenerational podcast

Bringing storytellers together

Connecting an older generation with young technophiles to encourage the exchange of experiences.

Showcasing grassroots and emerging artists

Working with the UK Centre for Carnival Arts to champion high quality art that is ambitious, challenging and innovative.

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