The main role of this project is to establish and strengthen relationships and community cohesion across religious, ethnic and class barriers on a recently regenerated council estate through creative processes and activities.
The sessions will be conducted using hybrid delivery which will allow people to still do things within a group but in an individual setting following a model which we have found successful in other contexts. Having a hybrid delivery, the activities would be comprised of, mostly, online sessions which if possible and, depending on the regulations in force at that time, will transition to both face to face and online sessions culminating in a three-hour artistic meditation on Holy Saturday or Easter Eve.
There will be a total of 32 sessions with a specialist Art for Wellness facilitator, Esperanza Walsh, who will be organising the activity via zoom video conferencing. The facilitator will facilitate ensuring online safeguarding practices and government safeguarding guidelines are followed.
Please contact Esperanza Walsh at 07474027340 for enquiries or fill out the contact us form on this website.
An interesting introduction on the 27th of February 2021 commence with a prayer, followed by activities involving torn paper collage.
There were two sessions on the date, both of whichw were focused on angels artistically depicted using torn paper collage.