Aimed at building confidence, self-esteem and bringing joy to a Tuesday afternoon; the project has meant that participants have been on an outing to Derby Theatre to see ‘Two’, taken part in clowning workshops, acted out comedy scripts, all towards acting, directing and co-producing their own short comedy film. Over the weeks, the participants have become more familiar with modern technology, learning new skills such as building stop motion animations on iPads, which were then uploaded to their film. The unique element about Make: See: Do has been that the sessions are tailored around the personalities and interests of the group.
Nonsuch have been running weekly creative sessions with residents from an Independent Living Scheme in Bulwell, as part of a pilot project “Make:See:Do”.
Participants have been able to get to know other residents, make new memories and have fun doing so!
To find out more about nonsuch and their work go to www.wearenonsuch.com
Many thanks to Goran Selby, Activities Coordinator at Nottingham City Homes, for his support of this project!