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Marston and Northway Children’s Centre Logo Project

20/11/2010

In 2009, Fusion Arts worked with six local pre-schools, schools in the Marston area, as well as children and their families at the Marston Northway Children’s Centre, to create a new logo for the Centre.

Connecting families through the arts, we ran a series of participatory creative workshops that explored the relationship between children and families. Young children aged five and under participated in drama activities, such as role playing and word association games as well as a range of visual arts activities designed to translate the drama sessions into visual designs and ideas. From the workshops, families and their children came together to produce a vibrant new logo that would represent the support and togetherness of the Centre.

Marston Northway Children’s Centre was a drop-in and support facility for young children and their parents, offering help with education, health, play, employment and training.

This project was funded by Marston Northway Children’s Centre.

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