2016 - Digital Communities

22nd June - 27th August 2016

The sixteen short films featuring as part of programmes Wellbeing Animated #1, #2 and Wellbeing experiments were the result of two eight-week long artist-led workshops.

Participants learned how to plan, create and produces stop motion films to talk about their wellbeing. They where able to organise their feelings, emotions, fears, ideas, views or wishes using story boards, mood boards, notes, drawings, etc. - some of them displayed randomly on the walls- that would after develop to become a film.

Artist Lisa Risbec was commissioned to re-interpret the artworks produced during the workshops on ‘Wood’ by the Arts and Soul group.

Digital Communities has allowed Cartwheel Arts to work with digital artists and partners, to develop the communications framework and necessary skills to deliver and share innovative digital projects and engage new audiences.The exhibition reveals the potential inspirational creativity lying inside everyone. 

See the films produced by our creative participants and artists on this page

News Art for Wellbeing 20 July 2016
Exhibitions: Summer 2016
Exhibitions: Summer 2016

We have a variety of exhibitions for this summer for you to enjoy.

Cartwheel Arts promotes social inclusion, cohesion, diversity and regeneration through community participation in vibrant, innovative, high-quality arts projects. We use a wide range of media to respond to project opportunities and promote the development of the arts and examples of good practice across the North West.

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