no.w.here is interested in how film and video can be used to make innovative projects, events, facilities, workshops, and education programmes. We work best with schools, colleges and museums interested in talking to us about their particular needs in their curriculum. Through working with people we are creating a constantly evolving and exciting portfolio of courses that are not offered by any other organization in the UK. We can make full creative use of the facilities at your school / organisation or we can bring cameras, film, digital video, microphones to you.
no.w.here has run many quality arts projects for adults and young people, and can draw upon a range of skills from different disciplines to work on school projects. Our artists have full CRB enhanced disclosure checks. We understand that a flexible approach can often work well in schools where teachers within the curriculum are looking for ways in which creativity can enhance the learning process for students and teachers alike. We are committed to delivering sustainable projects which develop the skills of students and teachers which can be replicated and developed once we have left.
Recent School Work www.kidbrooke.greenwich.sch.uk/essence_archive/
Reasons to work with no.w.here
If you have enrichment or creative days at your school? If want to explore potentials in the cameras and equipment you have?
If you want to explore creativity across different subjects?
If you would like to collaborate on innovation within the national curriculum?
Cultivate each individual,s creative input, regardless of ability.
To make course that are relevant to subjects being taught in your school.
To be flexible by offering single sessions, or more intense residencies.
To be value for money by tailoring projects to suit your budget.
To create course with recognised, national curriculum key stage learning outcomes.
To develop practical skills for students to make work using a range of visual and audio material.
To deliver INSET sessions for staff using school resources and by drawing on no.w.here's extensive library of artist,s work to provide a context for teachers to deliver sustainable moving image and sound based projects in the future.
To initiate final projects and screenings designed and installed in consultation with pupils and staff.
To tailor and address themes proposed by staff.
James Holcombe: james.holcombe|at|no-w-here.org