Community, Play & Education

Play and creativity are an intrinsic element of our work.
Here are some examples of our educational and community work.

Bristol Biennial
What Giants Kamishibai storytelling workshop at Nanoplex 
Cube Cinema, June 16th, 2012

Cyclescreen Film Festival Cinekids Watershed Cinema 
Saturday 20th August 2011
Spoke'n'Chain presented a special pedal powered event   
screening of Les Bicyclettes de Belsize and a selection of short films.

Bicycle art and play at the Create Centre's
Local Living Day
Mini-Dink, Bicycle Skalextric, Cylotrope,
Flag making, Fun, Fun, Fun!
June 11th, 2011

Creative Partnership Project with Larkmead School, Abingdon
working with year 8 students and their teachers
exploring creative learning through the bicycle
January to April 2011

Bristol Bike Power workshop with Magnificent Revolution
We co-ordinated this workshop with the aim of building a series of bicycle generator systems for Bristol that could be used independently but also linked together to create a larger system capable of powering cinema setups and sound systems.
The Showroom, Park Street, December 2010

Bicycle Village Fete at Bristol Harbour Festival 2010
We were commissioned to create a bicycle themed area for the 'Bristol Village Fayre' Arena on Cannons Marsh, Friday 30th July to Sunday 1st August 2010.

My First Bicycle School of Art open workshops at the Create Centre
May 2010
Following on from a fun and successful series of workshops for arts practitioners there was an open to the public day of bicycle decorating fun.

My First Bicycle School of Arts
A valuable resource of bicycle costuming knowledge.
Made possible by Spoke'n'Chain with the support of Arts Council England, Cycling City and Bristol City Council
April 2010 and still evolving

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