Full Circle Arts is led by disabled people and works with partners to provide creative solutions for the inclusion of disabled people in all aspects of the cultural industries and the arts. We fund the organisation as a regional disability development agency providing education, training, mentoring and employment opportunities for disabled people in the arts.
The making of a thankyou Audio Boo
A silly film, of some of our team making a little thank you audioboo for the generosity of donations from two of our Twitter followers. Enjoy
Credits 4Audio Boo Jade =Sweet jars & synth Vicki = backing vocals & Fizz Wiizz & Rainbow Drop Percussion Chris = bubblewrap & helium vocals Ray = Camera man
The words to our little silly song are:-
Doodle doodle do our little audioboo
Weve made a little song
And weve done it just for you
@Iamhelenharrop and mickey or @mouse
You have been so generous
So here's our little song just to express our thanks,
Doodle doodle do we hope it won't be pants,
With all our thanks from at full circle art
Youve more than played your part
So its doodle doodle do, yes doodle doodle do
We hope you like our little audio boo
Doodle doodle do (fade into Music) Doodle doodle do
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Diary room 2nd film
Footage taken during the remix project. Young people were asked to come to the diary room to talk about their experience of the project.
Remix animation shorts
a film of animated shorts produced as part of Full Circle Arts annual disabled young people's summer project "Remix" Apart from one young participant the young people had no previous experience of producing animation. These animations are all the work of the young people and produced in 5 days. Some of the background music is produced by young people who took part in the music workshops which were also part of the project. To see other work we produced in the project go to http://fullcircleartsblog.wordpress.com/
Images from the graffiti workshop that took place at remix
Short film of young people demonstrating mine at the remix project
a short clip from day 3 of the remix project showing young people making animations.
short clip of animation made on remix project.
short animation from remix project.
short clip from an animation made on the remix project
Hub 4 for U tube
Hub4 was a partnership project between three agencies that work with young people:
Artswork, BBC Blast & The Princes Trust
The project was directly supported by Arts Council England and Connexions.
Hub4 aimed to work with young people between the ages of 16 and 25 who were not in education, employment or training to develop their knowledge in the arts.
In summer 2004 Full Circle Arts worked with young disabled people from across Greater Manchester. Each short film looked at what life would be like in year 2020.
20:20 Vision project. Short film written and produced by young disabled people looking at what life might be like in the year 2020.
Full Circle Arts Film
WITH THE SUPPORT OF MEDIA TRUST FULL CIRCLE ARTS HAVE PRODUCED A SHORT FILM DOCUMENTING THE ACTIVITIES THE COMPANY ARE ENGAGED IN. THE FILM HAS RECENTLY BEEN SHOWN ON THE COMMUNITY CHANNEL.
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