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Urban Projections believe that the arts and creative technologies should be accessible to everyone, regardless of ability, background and circumstance.  For over fifteen years, Multimedia Artist, Rebecca Smith has been developing creative projects which enable people to engage with new media and collaborate to create inspiring, high quality art.  During this time, Rebecca has refined dynamic, hands-on methods, for collaboratively producing and manipulating digital content, to create a truly valued participatory experience.

PARTICIPATORY PROJECTS: GALLERY

 "CREATIVITY IS CONTAGIOUS, PASS IT ON" 

 - ALBERT EINSTEIN  

CONNECTING THE DOTS

Led by experienced artist and facilitator Rebecca Smith, Urban Projections have worked with many organisations, charities and institutions to deliver innovative participatory projects, including:  The Red Cross, Barnardos, Oxfam, Princes Trust, NHS, Mencap and the Forestry Commission.  We have delivered mainstream and alternative education provisions, and worked with hard to reach members of the community, many of which access provisions based on specific needs issues, such as; mental health, traveller community, LGBT, long-term unemployed, learning disabled, young people and elder years.  We have experience of adapting and tailoring projects to meet the needs of participants. 

 

ENABLING OTHERS

Above all, we believe that our work should be a means to truly enable the creative expression of the participants collaborating with us.  From lo-tech pieces of string and cardboard to the latest audio-visual applications and hardware; We specialise in combining hands-on creative activities with cutting edge multimedia application, to deliver stunning mixed media artwork.

PARTICIPATORY PROJECTS: WATCH

PARTICIPATORY PROJECTS: WATCH

URBAN PROJECTIONS  X  SCOPE

We wrote a guest art & technology blog for disability charity Scope, based on our work with the Able Orchestra

CIRCUIT x

TATE

Urban Projections worked with the Circuit group at  Nottingham Contemporary on their self-curated, two day, Affinity Festival.  Circuit is a national programme led by Tate, connecting 15-25 years olds to art in galleries and museums.

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