Our Lives, Our Futures: Horrid Henry, a Groovy Grandma and Great Ormond Street Hospital: Making a film about loss

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Future Thinkers

Who this event is for

  • Everyone

Location

Online

Details

The Children and Young People Network is hosting a free online event: Our Lives, Our Futures - Art and dialogue about what matters to children and young people.

We invite you to watch a pre-recorded conversation about the making of a Horrid Henry film on the theme of loss, between Lucinda Whiteley, co-founder and Creative Director of Novel Entertainment, George O'Shaughnessy, Oxford-based art therapist, and Alex Bowie, socially engaged artist and School Programme Manager at Dulwich Picture Gallery.

This film will be available on our website from Monday 22 November 2021. Please join Lucinda at the live Q & A session for the opportunity to discuss the ideas behind the film and the making of it.

Register to attend live Q&A session via Zoom:
https://brookes.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZItd-yqrT4tG9Ebb0pE8ACkw_h8THCVAydX

Visit the Children and Young People Network website: https://www.brookes.ac.uk/research/children-and-young-people/

Our Lives, Our Futures event website:
https://sites.google.com/brookes.ac.uk/our-lives-our-futures/home

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