Take Part Schools 2021

Meet The Artists and Get Creative!

After watching, it’s time to get creative yourself. Each artist has set a specific Creative Challenge. Respond to the challenge in your own way, they then share with us on social media by tagging us @NNFest or email what you’ve created or done to Sarah.Witcomb@nnfestival.org.uk.

These videos and challenges a great tool for gaining an Arts Award Discover too, to complete yours or to find out more about this please contact Sarah Witcomb, Creative Learning Manager at the email address above.

Good luck, we can’t wait to see what you do!

 

 

Most suitable for Primary school pupils

Andy Field: Artist

 

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Barra and Joe from LAS Theatre: Theatre Makers

 

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Deanna Rodger: Poet & Writer

 

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Ed from Simple Cypher: Performer

 

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Genevieve Rudd: Photographer & Community Artist

 

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Kristin from Beady Eye: Theatre Maker

 

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Kristina & Sadé from Alleyne Dance: Dancers

 

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Lindsay from Gravity & Levity: Aerial Dance Artist

 

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Marc Parry: Performer

 

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Ray Lee: Sound Sculptor

 

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Sophie Fox: Mixed Media Artist

 

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Yara + Davina: Artists

 

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Most suitable for Secondary school pupils

Andy Field: Artist

 

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Deanna Rodger: Poet & Writer

 

Watch

Ed from Simple Cypher: Performer

 

Watch

Kristin from Beady Eye: Theatre Maker

 

Watch

Kristina & Sadé from Alleyne Dance: Dancers

 

Watch

Genevieve Rudd: Photographer & Community Artist

 

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James McDermott: Writer & Playright

 

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JMCAnderson: Curator

 

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Lindsay from Gravity & Levity: Aerial Dance Artist

 

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Ray Lee: Sound Sculptor

 

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Sophie Fox: Mixed Media Artist

 

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Yara + Davina: Artists

 

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