FOR NURSERY - P3 PUPILS
January - April 2022
Teacher-led creativity with artist films, resources and activities.
An energetic, colourful and creative mix of hip-hop dance, beatboxing and street art which gently explores the mixed-up feelings that children have been experiencing through these turbulent times in a physical way.
At the core of Mixed Up is a short film for pupils and teachers with interactive elements to watch together in the classroom. Then it’s time to get creative in a teacher-facilitated large-scale drawing session in the playground supported by a range of materials.
Mixed Up package includes:
Cost - £50 + VAT per class
Dates - Schedule this project to suit your class timetable. In order to support teachers and respond to queries we will be offering the following
Mixed Up package despatch dates:
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Starcatchers is Scotland’s Arts and Early Years organisation. We believe in the transformational power of the arts to inspire Scotland’s youngest children and the adults who care for them. We deliver this vision through three pillars of activity rooted in creativity and designed to connect with our youngest citizens, their parents and carers, and Early Years practitioners in communities across Scotland.
Katy Wilson is a visual artist and a Starcatchers associate artist. Her residency at Tramway, creating work for early years, generated great interest in the community and a wealth of new and exciting ideas and collaborations between artists. Her work for Starcatchers includes Icepole, Multi Coloured Blocks from Space, Will you be my Guinea Pig?, Sparkalator, Sprog Rock and Blue Block Studio. Katy has also been a lead artist on Starcatchers’ community engagement project Expecting Something since 2015. Katy likes to create new worlds and environments for people to feel good, relaxed and inspired in – often sophisticated and far from conventional baby friendly spaces – she likes to shake things up.
INFORMATION FOR TEACHERS
All productions will be accompanied by resources to help teachers prepare further activity and link to classroom plans.
curriculum for excellence
I can respond to the experience of drama by discussing my thoughts and feelings. I can give and accept constructive comment on my own and others’ work. EXA 0-15a / EXA 1-15a / EXA 2-15a / EXA 3-15a
I can analyse technical aspects of drama and scripts, make informed judgments and express considered opinions on my own and others’ work. EXA 4-15a
Health and Well Being
I am aware of how friendships are formed and that likes, dislikes, special qualities and needs can influence relationships. HWB 0-44a / HWB 1-44a
By Katy Wilson
Commissioned by Imaginate and Starcatchers.
Lead artist / concept and design: Katy Wilson
Choreographer: Ashley Jack
Director (film): Abby Warrilow
Director of Photography/Editor: Lewis Gourlay
Documentary film-maker: Jassy Earl
Documentary film sound assistant : Alfie Vale
Dramaturg: Xana Marwick
Dancers: Gabriele Bruzzese & Ursula Manandhar
Beatboxing: Bigg Taj
Animation: Ursula Cheng
Sound design and composition :Marcus Britton, Matt Elliott, Nik Paget Tomlinson and Barney Strachan
Live sound recording: Nik Paget Tomlinson
Production Management : Zoë Squair
Stage Manager: Mickey Graham
Imaginate Launchpad Artist: Cynthia WS Cheung
Photo credit: Cagoule TV