OPPORTUNITY for 16-25yr olds 


ARE YOU 16-25

ARE YOU CREATIVE, INTERESTED IN THE ARTS. This is an amazing opportunity to learn digital skills, meet and record stories of the Windrush generation, learn about British History and create artworks in response alongside professional artists.


On the iCreative Windrush – Next Generations programme you will join contemporary artists Rachel Barbaresi and Amantha Edmead.   You will have opportunity to gain creative digital skills making artworks in response to the Windrush stories an important part of British and local history.  You will get opportunity to learn about digital sound recording techniques through capturing and documenting voices of the Windrush generations. Over the course of the project you will gain valuable digital skills, building up a portfolio of work that can form part of your CV.


Over the project you will meet a variety of professional artists and get to respond to the subject matter in your own way possibly through, drawing, painting, sculpture, dance, poetry, theatre, learning about curation and creating digital and non-digital artworks which will form part of the Windrush Years – Next Generations Exhibition at the Museum of Oxford, Town Hall, an exhibition by ACHKI (Afrikan Caribbean Kultural Heritage Initiative) and BK LUWO.”


Check out previous iCREATIVE projects here:

and here, “Pigeons over Paradise Square” :


To apply or ask questions about getting involved please send an email direct to Fusion Arts – titled “iCreative Windrush” tell us your name, and why you want to be involved (a couple of sentences will be fine) you’ll need to be 16-25, have a national insurance number or eligible to apply for one and available on most Thursdays (see dates).

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They’ll be opportunity to get Arts Award qualifications to if you’re interested.


This is a rare opportunity to be part of a small group learning hands on creative and digital skills, meeting industry professionals and having work in an exhibition


Travel and other expenses are available for those on low income


Supported by Oxford City Council, the European Social Fund and the Museum of Oxford



Day 1 – Thurs 8th November – intro/taster day

Day 2 – Thurs 15th November

Day 3 – Thurs 22nd November

Day 4 – Thurs 29th November

Day 5 – Thurs 8th November

Day 6 – Thurs 6th December

Day 7 – Thurs 13 December

Day 8 – Thurs 10th January

Day 9 – Thurs 17th January

Day 10 – Thurs 24th January

Day 11 – Thurs 31st January

Day 12 – Thurs 7th February

Day 13 – Thurs 14th February

Day 14 – Friday 15th February Exhibition Event Evening

Day 15 – Saturday 16th February Exhibition Event Daytime





1947 is part of British history. The exhibition tells the stories of migration of millions of people from that region. Farhat Chaudhry expresses herself by transferring these stories onto canvas, and in sketches, sculptures and film. The bold work expresses the suffering of people during the divide.

Join the artist for the opening of the exhibition on Saturday 29th September 6-8pm.

For exhibition opening times, contact Fusion on 01865 245735/