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In 2013, Fusion Arts worked with textile artist Anne-Marie Cadman to create a series of panels for a large community workshop tent as part of VERVE. VERVE was a major £1.6 million project at the Pitt Rivers Museum funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund that took place between 2012-2017. Aimed at deepening understandings of museums' displays, it reached out to wide and diverse audiences.
Anne-Marie worked with participants from Crisis Skylight, My-Life My Choice, Artscape, and Banbury Young Homeless Project, using colourful layering and printing techniques to create images inspired by the museum’s collections and architecture.
The community workshop tent then toured with the museum on all their future outreach activities.
Fusion Arts work with artists, groups and communities from across Oxfordshire and beyond to support a variety of imaginative and socially engaged projects.
North Hinksey Parish Council, Vale of the White Horse District Council and community charity Fusion Arts are working in partnership with local…
This year's Story Makers "Stories of Oxford" Project is working in partnership with Rose Hill and Wood Farm Primary Schools and the Museum of Oxford.…
These Things Matter: Empire, Exploitation and Everyday Racism is an exhibition exploring the devastating and long-term effects of the British Empire.