Digital Intimacy (2013)
Over the course of eight weeks in 2013, a group of men who identify as gay explored their experiences of digital social media, and how presenting themselves in gay online forums affects their sense of identity in the non-virtual world.
Grand Explorers (2012 - 13)
Grand Explorers brought grandparents and their grandchildren together once a year, over three years (from 2011-2013), to explore the secret life of the V&A Musuem of Childhood and its collections, creating wonderful puppets and stories and magical performances.
Weekend At Wilton's (2012)
Weekend at Wilton’s was a collaboration between Magic Me and Duckie at beautiful Wilton’s Music Hall. Over 60 young and older people took to the stage from 25-27 May 2012 and performed alongside Duckie artistes to a full house.
View From The Top (2012)
London’s 205 buses were transformed for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games with vibrant artworks depicting life on High Street 2012 (the route from the City to the Olympic Stadium).
Clara Grant School
The Fern Street Settlement and Clara Grant Primary School are situated a few hundred yards apart in Bow E3, share a common history. The School, Settlement and Magic Me have worked together on a number of projects bringing these two communities together, detailed here up to 2012
Mapping the Changes (2012)
As one of the five boroughs to host the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympics Games, Hackney is undergoing a period of change. In a series of oral history interviews, local residents shared the changes to their lives brought about by the Olympics.
St Mary Magdalene Academy (2010)
Magic Me partnered with St Mary Magdalene’s Academy in Islington and local older people in 2010 for a pilot photography and drama project, A Different View. Since then we have run a number of projects with the Academy.
People of all ages from East London met regularly from 2010 onwards to sing together, led by Magic Me artists musicians Verity Standen & Zoe Palmer.