Artists Jen Malarkey and Chris Brown are seeking to meet local people of all ages for an intergenerational film project about living and playing in Hulme, Manchester and Lancaster/Morecambe Bay.
Supported by Lancaster Arts and Z-Arts
What’s it all about and how will it happen?
MEET, EAT AND MAKE is about local people of different generations coming together to explore what ‘play’ means, sharing their talents and interests and trying out different ways of being creative together.
You’ll meet someone or a group of people from a different generation, in a local cafe along with the artists Jen and Chris.
We’ll all have a cup of tea and cake together (it’s on us!) and chat about what you think about the area you live in and how you like to spend your time.
And then, with our support, you’ll meet up again to make a short film.
What could I make?
That’s up to you, but we’re interested in what you’re good at, how you play and where you like to spend your free time in the local area.
We will support you throughout and help with ideas, creating something you feel proud of. You might learn a dance in your favourite toy shop, recite a poem while riding a bike, teach someone to skateboard, play with hair and makeup, dress up in costumes and race each other on scooters, play poker for sweets, hold a cake sale from your car, paint a picture together of your favourite view, play the trumpet on the swings - let your imagination run wild!
Can I bring a friend?
Yes! You could come with your friends, your family or on your own. (All children age 12 and under must attend with a grownup.)
Is it for me?
If you’re a child, teenager or adult of any age If you live, work in or know Hulme, Manchester or Lancaster/Morecambe Bay.
If you like to talk to and meet new people.
If you want to celebrate and share with others what you are good at.
If you like being creative and making fun things happen.
If you have any questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
See below for the project information in a captioned video:
MEET EAT MAKE from Jen Malarkey on Vime0How much time would it take?
You would need to be available on two dates for a 2 hours each time.
Dates and Booking
Lancaster/Morecambe Bay(You need to be available for both dates - there are 2 hour slots available on each day)
Sunday 25th September
Sunday 2nd October
How to book:
Call: 01524 594151
Hulme, Manchester(You need to be available for both dates - there are 2 hour slots available on each day)
Monday 24th October
Friday 28th October
How to book:Contact: Zoe@z-arts.org
Call: 0161 226 1912