Throughout June we will co-create three pieces of art with local young people (aged 5 – 13), schools and/or families in three areas in the borough: the Cambridge Road Estate, Hook Chessington and Tolworth.
Artists running workshops in each location will use creativity as a way to think about community, connectivity and the environment. This project is run in partnership with community organisations and artists.
On the Cambridge Road Estate, we are working with Achieving for Children to create performance art, in Tolworth we are supported a visual artist from the Community Brain, whilst our work in Chessington is a music in collaboration with Kingston Music Service.
We are using the stations which connect these places – Kingston, Norbiton, Chessington North and Tolworth – as a source of inspiration. We have encouraged people to think about what the railways mean to them.
Join us for our Station to Station Showcase Day on the 1st July as part of FUSE International!
This project is generously supported by:
South Western Railway
Delivered in partnership with:
The Community Brain, Achieving For Children & Kingston Music Service