A press release for the project EEA will doing with the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama and Professor Sally Mackey.
The project will focus on the town of Bexleyheath, creating an imaginative fiction with and for the townspeople including extensive outreach workshops in schools and community groups. It will take place in the summers of 2018 and 2019.
For more information about the project please click this link to read the Performing Place Press Release
“This is good news for the borough and shows how seriously we take our responsibility to ensure that Bexley is a place at ease with itself, with an engaged population and integrated communities, where everyone feels they belong and can get on in life.”Cllr Teresa O’Neil OBE, Leader of Bexley Council
Photo credit: TOWIEthics - Radical Citizenship Project
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EEA along with partners have published an action research report into the experiences of five leading Outdoor Arts organisations.