Community Learning

Community learning and creative participation were at the heart of Tally Ho! A Place to Meet. During the project over 200 people of all ages participated in workshops and creative activities including:

  • Oral History training for young people aged 13-18 years
  • Intergenerational Community Theatre workshops
  • Visual Art workshops for families and older people
  • Documentary Film-making workshops for young people

In addition to this, the exhibition was open to the public for a month on the artsdepot community wall. Launched as part of centre’s Fun Palace 10th birthday extravaganza, the exhibition was made accessible to over 600 people of all ages on the first day. By the end of the month, approximately 1700 people had the opportunity to learn more about the Tally Ho! Story.

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