Sky Above the Scene:
Creative Digital Workshops
for Young People in Tottenham

This project is supported by:

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Part 1 - Friday 1st March  5-7pm
Part 2 - Friday 8th March 5-7pm

The Engine Room, Hale Village, N17 9FU

As part of her Sky Above the Scene project, digital artist Hannah Whittaker will be running creative digital workshops for young Tottenham locals, that will cover:

  • An introduction to filming, photography and audio recording

  • Stimulating styles of documentation

  • How to work effectively within the limits of your equipment

  • How to best record your skills and showcase them.

Some work produced in the workshops will have the opportunity to be exhibited at the Sky Above the Scene event at The Engine Room on 15th-16th March.

Cost: Free
For:  
Young people in Tottenham aged 16-25 years old
Capacity: Spaces are limited, booking is required

Book your free workshop place here:
If you require this form in a different format or have any questions please email hannahgwhittaker@gmail.com


Sky Above the Scene is a project that paints the picture of a world united under one borderless sky. In a time of borders being strengthened and unions being separated, this project aims to focus attention on what unites us - appreciating our coexistence under one, borderless sky. While this may be a seemingly obvious fact, it’s by providing a space to meditate on it that allows this to change how people perceive the world. Challenging and calling into question our perceptions of other cultures being far removed and “foreign”, while also celebrating diversity and making us think about how our own community is viewed and how we would like it to be perceived.
Read more about the project
here.

Hannah is a performer and artist whose work focuses on interaction and audience participation. She has performed at various venues including the Barbican, Tate Britain and Battersea Arts Centre. She has been actively working with young people for the past 15 years, leading creative workshops for organisations including The Prince’s Trust, Central School of Speech and Drama and Greenman Festival.