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Frames of Mind Café

CREATIVE DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT FOR HEALTH AND WELLBEING ‘Frames of Mind Café is a holistic programme of 8 x 2 hour weekly sessions, in Stratford Librarys’

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Dockside Diaries

We are thrilled to be awarded funding by The Create Your Docks Fund to deliver a community digital inclusion project, Dockside Diaries.

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UCL – Communicating Impact Creatively

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.

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Arrival

Proud to have been part of the phenonimal immersive event Arrival, directed by Mathew Dunster and ImpossibleUK.

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Lost and Found

As part of this BBC Year of the Novel programme, Frames Of Mind worked closely alongside Newham Library Service and Red Door Studios to produce artwork and animations with refugees Living in the borough

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Frames of Mind Café

CREATIVE DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT FOR HEALTH AND WELLBEING ‘Frames of Mind Café is a holistic programme of 8 x 2 hour weekly sessions, in Stratford Librarys’

Read More »

Dockside Diaries

We are thrilled to be awarded funding by The Create Your Docks Fund to deliver a community digital inclusion project, Dockside Diaries.

Read More »

UCL – Communicating Impact Creatively

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.

Read More »

Arrival

Proud to have been part of the phenonimal immersive event Arrival, directed by Mathew Dunster and ImpossibleUK.

Read More »

Lost and Found

As part of this BBC Year of the Novel programme, Frames Of Mind worked closely alongside Newham Library Service and Red Door Studios to produce artwork and animations with refugees Living in the borough

Read More »