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Three young people taking part in a workshop making food

Bricks Young Creatives

In August 2021 – September 2021, Bricks Young Creatives hosted four Masterclasses with practicing local artists for 16-20 year olds in St Anne’s and surrounding areas. The classes bought a collective of passionate creatives together, to explore areas of heritage and art practices.

The sessions offered a Masterclass in:

Food as Resilience with Fozia Ismail from Dhaqan Collective.

The group explored areas of food and heritage, through open discussion and food making.

Fozia Ismail with an attendee for the masterclass for Bricks Young Creative sat around a table chatting and smiling
A young person rolling out pastry for a masterclass

Podcast production with podcast expert Rowan Bishop

The group explored the local area to take field recordings and interview residents, they then returned to the studio and edited an episode together.

Two people's hands and arms holding a microphone and headphones, podcast recording in St Anne's Park

Story-telling and costume making from your heritage with Buoys Buoys Buoys

A masterclass around storytelling and costume making for your individual heritage. The session included creating designs, sharing tales and strutting the costumes around St Anne’s House.

Two young people sitting on the ground cutting and stitching fabrics together
Facilitators posing in their own made costumes for a workshop at St Anne's House

Sculptural Collage with artist Zanne Andrea

Participants browsed a large collection of materials to develop a sculptural collage about their heritage.

A group of young people sat around making collage at St Anne's House
Artist Zanne Andrea working on a collage for her masterclass at St Anne's House

These sessions were supported by National Lottery Heritage Fund and Bristol City Council.