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Up & Coming new project – working with Cornerhouse & The Sancho Plan

February 26, 2010

picture of The sancho Plan Drumming with bright coloured band blurred on fast moving drumsticks

Photo credit: U. Geibel


We are excited to be working in collaboration with Cornerhouse on a project that will be working with young disabled people and young refugees. The Interact project will run from next Saturday 6th March at Cornerhouse. Where six young people will be working together, becoming young creative producers to lead a creative media arts project for their peers. The project itself will run through the Easter break and will involve working with a group of internationally renowned artists called the Sancho Plan. Young people will work with this group to create an animated virtual world that people can interact with in a gallery. The group of young producers will manage the project and young participants will have the chance to draw, sculpt and animate characters, as well as create and record sounds that will all make up the final piece. from next Saturday you will be able to follow the work of the young people here on this blog, just as you did with our Remix project.

The image below is the Sancho Plan’s Jam with the Robosapiens you can play the online version at http://www.thesanchoplan.com/Installation.html

Picture of Robosapiens playing drums

Jam with the Robosapiens! You can play an online version at http://www.thesanchoplan.com/Installation.html.


Graphic picture of Japanese styledolls with headphones drumming

Drum Machine combined the music & performance of The Sancho Plan with the design and characters of the wicked tokyoplastic.com.

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