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Clwb Digi Cares- Shared Worlds

Would you like to work alongside alongside a professional artist, on one of a range of art forms including: Puppetry, Poetry, Dance and Singing?

Meet the Artists 

Span Arts are inviting children, young people and older people to get involved in a digital arts project this summer.

Shared Worlds is a participatory intergenerational Digital Arts Project which provides an exciting opportunity for children and young people age 8 – 16 and older people over 50 to work together with a professional artist to create a piece of creative digital work.

If you represent any of the following groups: Youth Services and projects, Carers, Day care centres, Care home providers, Community groups and are aware of someone who is interested in being a participant you are also very welcome to apply.

Clwb Digi Cares is a programme that aims to address issues of loneliness and isolation experienced by younger and older members of our communities, using creative technology as a medium to open new and creative channels of communication.

During lockdown many children, young and older people have had limited opportunities to participate in creative projects and had to cope with separation from meaningful relationships with either the older or younger generation.

Parents/Guardians will need to complete an expression of interest form on behalf of the child/young person. Please email Pip Lewis Clwb Digi Project manager  pip@span-arts.org.uk to request a form. by Wednesday 15 July 2020.

To apply please download and complete the Participant Form

Scheduled regular on-line sessions with the Artists will run over a period of 4-8 weeks taking place over the summer of 2020.

The project runs until January 2021 and is funded by West Wales is Kind Investment Fund.

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