May 2012
6 Results

Small Change: Foxhill – Made in Foxhill

NEWS : May 31, 2012

Small Change practice starts with a common sense assumption: to achieve something big, start with something small and start where it counts. Multistory have produced a series of films, with the filmmaker Ewan Jones-Morris, to document four Small Change Community Projects. The films ‘shine a light’ on a particular problem in a community and give […]

Small Change: Charlemont – The Committee of Lost Memories


Artists Katy Beinart and Torange Khonsari made a small change on the Charlemont Farm Estate by creating a pop up shop and cafe called the Committee of Lost Memories. The film looked at how the arts and creative interventions could revitalise and change the perceptions of how shops are used and viewed on the high […]

Small Change: Tufnell Park – Agents for Change (SC02)

NEWS : May 30, 2012

Following the riots in 2011, a group of students from Acland Burghley School in Tufnell Park, Camden, formed a community journalism group. The film looks at the actions taken by young people to respond to issues that affect them and challenging negative perceptions of young people.

Our Assembly

NEWS : May 8, 2012

By Flynne (Year 7) In May Agents For Change put on a fun and informative assembly for our school to tell them about who we are and what we do. We told them what the public thought of them as young people (most people we asked were very positive!) and asked them about how they […]

Black Country Stories launched on The Space

NEWS : May 2, 2012

The Space featuring Multistory’s Black Country Stories launched on 1 May 2012. The Space is a joint initiative by the BBC and the Arts Council and is a new on-demand digital arts channel which will help transform the way people connect with and experience arts, music, film and give artists space to innovate and experiment. […]

Now available: Where We Dream book and film

NEWS : May 1, 2012

On 30th April 2012, hundreds of people gathered at The Public, West Bromwich, to celebrate the launch of the Where We Dream book and film. Where We Dream tells the story of West Bromwich Operatic Society (WBOS), an amateur group that has been performing musical theatre in the Black Country since the 1930s. The book […]