Nickum was a residency project in collaboration with the RSNO which saw artists Abigail Sinar and Hazel Darwin-Edwards explore music and drama with children in two nurseries in Aberdeen.
Received funding to deliver pilot programme of Creative Skills training for Early Years professionals and childcare students. This programme was designed to encourage and nurture creativity in order to enhance children’s experiences of education from a very young age.
Following on from the huge success of the Starcatchers Inspire project, The Playground was born.
Little Light was the first performance created by artists working on the Starcatchers project at NEAC. Little Light was first performed at North Edinburgh Arts Centre in February 2007.
The Starcatchers Symposium saw the conclusion of the Starcatchers Pilot Project, and looking at how children aged 0 – 3 engaged in the arts.
Peep was first presented at NEAC as a work in progress in March 2008 before being presented in July 2008 and again in December 2009 as part of macrobert’s Christmas programme.
Archaeology was developed from a series of workshops run by Andy Manley and Rosie Gibson at North Edinburgh Arts Centre in June 2007 which explored the relationship between theatre and visual art.
Artist Matt Addicott was resident artist for Starcatchers at Platform for four years as part of The Inspire Project
Artist Katy Wilson was resident artist for Starcatchers at Tramway for four years as part of The Inspire Project
Artist Hazel Darwin-Edwards was resident artist for Starcatchers at Tramway as part of The Inspire Project