Commissioned to bring an entirely new event to the streets of Catford, we worked with four schools, as well as seeing 300 people come through our open workshops, to create a beautiful lantern parade with about 800 participants. Inspired by what we want to see outside of our windows (whether, our garden, a beach, or space!), we danced our way down the streets to South London Samba, culminating in a fiery, musical finale!
Thanks to: Corbett’s Residents Association, South London Samba, Rushey Green Primary School, Torridon Primary School, Sandhurst Primary School, Holy Cross School, Healthy Lifestyle Centre.
Photo credit: Caroline Hughes
EEA along with partners have published an action research report into the experiences of five leading Outdoor Arts organisations.
EEA is flat packing its Street Arts Academy and throughout June and July they will be popping up at secondary schools throughout Greenwich.
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