Plastic bags get filled with shopping and then either thrown away, or if they're really lucky they may get recycled into other plastic bags. Using all sorts of different music as inspiration, those unwanted carriers will become decorative panels in a really simple and creative way. Then the panels will be used to inspire music created using instruments made from junk. The results will adorn St Luke’s during the dark winter months, bringing light, colour and life. The ultimate in recycling and re-using!
Sessions for vulnerably housed adults and young people not in education, employment or training will be led by i-architect and Urban Strawberry Lunch.
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
Using recycled plastics to create an installation within St. Luke's “Bombed out Church”, Liverpool.
Turning consumer waste into a positive generator for urban and cultural change.
Reflecting personal reactions to music and art.
Providing opportunities for creation of music and art to marginalised groups of homeless people and NEETs.
Steps to get it done:
About the space
A bombed out church lacking roof and windows
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