This place [of mine] Summer Pop-Up Programme sprung into action with the launch of a series of special public activities and hands-on workshops celebrating heritage and history through art and creativity.
On 23rd-26th July, Holy Trinity Church’s courtyard and neighbouring areas were transformed into creative spaces for people of all ages to connect with their place and discover what makes Stalybridge special.
FutureEverything brought this place [of mine], a digital world created in collaboration with young people and artists from across Greater Manchester, into the physical domain for the very first time! The TPOM pop-up hub to invited residents to explore our exciting digital environment to re-imagine the future of our towns and high streets.
this place [of mine] Stalybridge artist in residence Izzy Bolt delivered a series of digital workshops exploring community and identity. Using augmented reality (AR), Sparks and React.js to create face filters, 3D objects and more!
While fellow Cultural Consortia members, Global Grooves and Sarah England School of Dance created Afro-Brazilian percussion workshops, mindful dance classes and much more.
The programme was designed in collaboration with the Stalybridge Cultural Consortia to complement the Heritage Action Zone scheme delivered by Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council.