SCHOOL OF CYCLING
In this project of Promotion of Cycling in school age. The school will be directed to children and young people of both gender, included in the following categories:
• from 3 years.
• children under 8 years.
• 9 and 10 years.
• 11 and 12 years old.
• 13 and 14 years.
Understanding by age that is fulfilled during the year.
From here and until the age of 14, we will seek the development of the general technique of cycling, and then move on to take into account the specific technique of each cycle mode (route, mountain, etc ...).
The planning will be divided into two stages:
STAGES OF CYCLING SCHOOL CHILDREN
1º Stage up to 10 years.
The objective sought in this stage is the development of the general technique, pursuing general objectives that allow us to adequately develop the individual in the whole. In this period the objective is not competitive, but formative.
2º stage until 14 years.
Support artist Charlie Warde as he lives beneath the Westway Flyover for 7 days, re-creating the urban dislocation experienced by the protagonist of Ballard’s Concrete Island. During his stay on the “island”, Charlie will create artworks inspired by the novel and his surroundings focusing on themes of connectivity, isolation and transformation within contemporary urban life, and the ultimate taming of the environment.
In 1973 JG Ballard wrote a story about a man on his way home from work whose car careers of the newly built Westway Flyover, an epic concrete motorway raised above the houses and buildings divided either side. He crashes down into an undeveloped site becoming stranded, a modern urban Robinson Crusoe. With meagre supplies and bizarre encounters he exerts his will over the confines of his dominion in a transgressive and transformative act of self-discovery.
The Playground is transforming to become a 150 seater public theatre.We will present international theatre , classical music concerts and have a cinema clubs.We believe in allowing artists the feedom to create their visions,to find that unique voice within them.When one looks at a Van Gogh painting or listen to a late Beethoven quartet their indelible hand is present.We also want to hear from people, not just theatre artists, within our local community and beyond, who would like to tell their story.