START education project, (2011-2013) ➔ Forever Changing Times, Alder High School, 2012 Jun 12 -2012 Jun 16

Forever Changing Times, Alder High School, 2012 Jun 12 -2012 Jun 16

Type: Exhibition





Programme ➔ Main Programme ➔ Thomas Street Programme (2003-)
Project ➔ START project (2012-2014)


2012 Jun 12 (is beginning date)
2012 Jun 16 (has end date)


Pop-up exhibition which was a result of Alder High School and Cedar Mount School's involvement in the START Project was held in the Chinese Arts Centre. 

Year 7 and 8 pupils from both schools worked with local artists, Clare Brumby and Sammy Hatton to develop new works in response to the 60 Minute Cinema exhibition at the Centre. Each class chose one of the video works from the show to examine the artists views of the old, new and ever changing Hong Kong. In response, the student produced their own works showing memories of their own home town and their  aspirations and imagination for what it could become or where they themselves may be in the future.

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Alder High School (is or was host of)
Cedar Mount High School (is or was host of)
esea contemporary (1987-) (is or was host of)
Hatton, Samantha, artist (is or was facilitated by)

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Manchester ()

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