Frames Of Mind are thrilled to have been awarded funding for our Full Cycle project. This is our first direct funding from Heritage Lottery, which builds on the success of Counter Culture about the heritage of Corner Shops in Newham.
Ozone is a creative digital skills training programme, funded by North Central and East London CAMHS Provider Collaborative (NCEL) – Children and Young People’s Mental Health, Hospital Admission Avoidance Fund.
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Funded by City of London Corporation – Enjoying Green Spaces & the Natural Environment
Residents from Hamara Ghar, a high rise supported housing scheme in Newham, worked with Frames of Mind to produce digital art and animations, inspired by seasonal visits to the Ornamental Gardens in West Ham Park
As part of UCL Community Research Initiative we have been working with UCL PhD students to develop a new online evaluation tool. The prototype is now being tested with our Frames Of Mind Café group.
Happy to announce we will be delivering our cross-generational workshop ‘Body Language’ for Newham Word Festival’ July ‘23
We are proud to announce the publication of our chapter ‘Frames of Mind: Bringing Memories to Life with Stop-Frame Animation’, in the Practical Handbook of Dementia.
Funding Announcement Frames of Mind Café supports the mental health of Newham’s residents, through its creative approach to digital inclusion. On World Mental Health Day 2022 we were happy to announce an award from Newham Mental Health & Wellbeing Community Grant CREATIVE DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT FOR HEALTH AND WELLBEING ‘Frames of Mind Café is a holistic […]
We are thrilled to be awarded funding by The Create Your Docks Fund to deliver a community digital inclusion project, Dockside Diaries.
PROJECT UPDATE: Last year we were delighted to be awarded Funding from Corporation of London’s Enjoying Green Spaces and the Natural Environment Grant. From The Ground Up…
Frames of Mind were asked by UCL Engage to deliver a short programme funded by Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council to support research fellows to explore creative ways to communicate the impact of their research to make it relatable for their audiences.