At the Women's Library 2004-14
Celebrating 10 years of projects with the Women's Library from 2004-2014
Action on Loneliness (2015)
Over 40% of care home residents describe themselves as lonely. Action on Loneliness was a project commissioned by Public Health Tower Hamlets in 2015-2016 to tackle loneliness.
Singing East London into existence! Following the succesful Weekend at Wilton’s project, in 2013 we produced an intergenerational performance at the iconic Hoxton Hall to present the work three intergenerational groups had been working on since January.
Rooms With A View (2015)
In 2015, Rooms with a View involved more than 300 people of all ages from the East End. We explored some of the many stories that describe life in East London. Perspectives vary because of our life experiences, our ages and stages, and it is out of this cacophony that Magic Me created this project.
Frames of Brick Lane (2015)
A group of twelve older people living in the Brick Lane area and twelve year 3 pupils from Christ Church C of E Primary School, Brick Lane worked together in to create a series of large scale paintings, Frames of Brick Lane, exploring the living history of the local area which were exhibited in 2015.
Recipes for Success (2014)
This project, from 2014, was designed to provide the opportunity for different generations in Stratford to meet and share ideas. The group learned new skills to make fruit shaped cushions. And alternated each week to the kitchen to come up with new recipes.
Bin Ageism (2014)
Young and older people came together to launch a national campaign in May 2014 to tackle age-based prejudice.
The Symphony of Ourselves (2013)
Following our successful Songlines project, in 2013 we produced an intergenerational performance at RichMix to present the work two intergenerational groups had made together.