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Get into Heritage at Weald and Downland Living Museum

Get into Heritage (GiH) was a partnership between Weald and Downland Living Museum, the National Trust at Birling Gap, and Wakehurst Place. The project aimed to increase access for people with learning disabilities to heritage sites through developing creative strategies to help people connect with each site. Activity was led by artist, Anne Colvin, with staff from…

Space to Create – wellbeing programmes in Primary Schools

Space to Create is a programme of three 8-week after-school programmes in primary schools focused on creativity and wellbeing. This first year’s programme has been funded by NHS Hastings and Rother CCG Reducing Health Inequalities funding. The programme builds on the success of our Telling Your Story programme, now running for the third year in…

Telling Your Story 2

Telling Your Story 2 was a programme of three 8 week creative wellbeing programmes delivered as after school programmes in 3 Hastings and Bexhill schools during 2016-2017. Each was facilitated by two artists, one bringing youth work experience. The programme was supported by the Hastings and Rother Reducing Health Inequalities fund. Objectives As a result of…

Boys Don’t in St Leonards

Culture Shift has played a small part in supporting spoken word artist Rosemary Harris on the R&D phase of her company Papertale’s latest piece of work, Boys Don’t. Boys Don’t is all about crying, what happens to boys when they cry, and how the responses they get shape them as they grow into men. What…