Which Way Now?

7 Jun 2018

Which Way Now?

Artist Sam Curtis has been working with children and early years workers from the Portman Early Childhood Centre, North Westminster, since June 2018. 

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Inviting children to lead a series of walks through the neighbourhood, the project addresses a number of questions: What do child led walks tell us about children’s experience of the city and their relationship to it? How does managed risk open up children’s experience of the world? Can we learn to re-think the city by listening to children as they navigate the local area?

Changing Play is an ongoing partnership with the Portman Early Childhood Centre in Westminster which brings together artists, children, families and educators to critically reconsider early years education and care.

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Sam Curtis

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