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Previous Projects

The Colours of Greenwich (Feb - June 2023)


This art and history project for migrant women, facilitated by Lydia Powell, looked at how our migration experiences enrich our communities. We co-created a creative map to tell our stories, which we will hand over to the Living Refugee Archive in October 2023. 

Thanks to The National Lottery Heritage Fund for making it possible and to Living Refugee Archive for their support and guidance. 


My Creative Skills (Sept - Dec 2022)


Thanks to funding from Royal Borough of Greenwich we were able to run another series of My Creative Skills, a collaborative arts and crafts project for migrant women to share skills, build confidence and create meaningful connections with other migrant women. 

This funding was part of the Community Innovation Grant, which you can read more about here


Creative Families (April - July 2022)


Thanks to The National Lottery Community Fund we were able to run Creative Families, a project that uses the arts to talk about our roles as parents and teachers to our children. It's been a safe space for migrants mothers to share and learn. 

Sessions included:

-Understanding the UK schooling system with a local primary school teacher

-Careers advice looking at transferrable skills as mothers

-First Aid training with British Red Cross

and so much more!

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