Photo credit: Terry Payman
People had a chance to glimpse the universe through our telescope earlier in the day and find out if they were a scientist! Then following UV and Infra-Red, we journeyed and discovered our Star Man, as well as Mr and Mrs Herschel. In our finale, we saw a new planet rise into the sky, surrounded by comets and all the stars in the Milky Way!
We worked with local groups to create dance performances and beautiful lanterns which lit up the procession through the town centre. A total of 300 people joined us in our workshops, and 600 became a part of our voyage of discovery into the stars!
This summer EEA’s young participants have been involved in some amazing projects and have produced some truly outstanding work.
Young Creative Activists from 7 primary schools have taken part sharing things they’ve been doing as part of the Signs of Change project.
Ross Bolwell (EEA’s Producer Participation and Learning) reflects on fireworks and the importance of making a creative impact in schools.