Monday, May 17, 2010

FreqOUT! at FUSE

FreqOUT! will be screening a selection of films made by young people at FUSE on the 25th July. FreqOUT! is delighted to be chosen to exhibit alongside the British Film Institute (BFI), The Serpentine Gallery and The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). FreqOUT! will also be delivering creative digital workshops at the event!

You can find out more about FUSE here.

FreqOUT! Team Update

FreqOUT! Project Manager Jenny Irish is taking a 6 month sabbatical leave at the end of May to continue her community development work through international volunteering opportunities in Sierra Leone and South East Asia. Natasha Armstrong will head up the project moving forward. Natasha is an experienced Project Manager and Educator with a wealth of experience in the sector, joining us from an LDA funded employability project for post 16 learners at risk of becoming NEET. The project used education theatre workshops to develop the skills needed for work and life. Welcome onboard Natasha!

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Congratulations to 100 Community Members!

FreqOUT! celebrated this month the achievements of over 100 community members on its Interactivity project. 36 participants between 16 - 82 took part intensively on the project across Westminster, from Church Street, Queens Park and Pimlico. They produced films, digital photographs and sounds to investigate the history of their local area. The project ran in partnership with Westminster City Archives where the groups researched material to digitse for their projects. You can view the final online work here.....

Queens Park Youth Group

Church Street Intergenerational Group

Pimlico Intergenerational Group

Thursday, February 11, 2010

FreqOUT! Youth Film Screened at the Odeon

One of FreqOUT!'s participants who took part in the Firstlight funded programme in 2008, has had their film chosen to be screened in the 2010 Firstlight Film Awards, which will take place at the Odeon Leicester Square on the 2nd of March. Kieran's produced his film when he was living at the Centrepoint hostel in Soho.