Getting our heritage on!

September 30, 2018 | Digital Inclusion, Latest News, Projects | 0 comments | Author:

We’ll this month has seen us get back into our heritage work with us delivering a training session on blogging for a veterans projects and starting a new projects on rugby archives… Earlier in the month, we team up again with … Continued

Makers Assemble!

July 18, 2018 | Latest News, Libraries, Projects, Young People | 0 comments | Author:

Another year and another fabulous Liverpool MakeFest has taken place in Liverpool Central Library. From coding to glass-blowing, wood-work to virtual reality, yarn bombing to hobby horses, sun prints to gaming, this year’s MakeFest had everything you could ever want … Continued

Bringing Maker Activities to Wirral Libraries

June 25, 2018 | Latest News, Libraries, Projects | 0 comments | Author:

We’re made-up to be back working in libraries and helping to spread maker activities and learning around the North West. This time we are teaming up with Wirral Libraries on their Make It! In Libraries that will see different Makers In … Continued

Digital Kickstart… Media and communications training for sole traders and SME’s

March 26, 2018 | Latest News, Media Production, Projects, Social Media | 0 comments | Author:

Are you setting up a new business or social enterprise? Do you want to brush-up on your digital skills? Need some practical support in communication and branding? Then the Digital Kick Start workshops are for you. These hands-on workshops are … Continued

More smart materials coming your way!!!!

March 8, 2018 | Latest News, Libraries, Projects, Young People | 0 comments | Author:

Join us for a series of FREE drop-in workshops that explore different smart materials, tech and craft in libraries across the North West, throughout March and April 2018. Smart materials react to changes in their environment. In essence, their properties … Continued

Unlocking the archives

February 26, 2018 | Facilitation Techniques, Latest News, Media Production, Projects | 0 comments | Author:

Did you know there’s a hidden pantry behind a false oak book shelf inside of Manchester Central Library? No? Neither did we until the team behind the Tameside Sense of Place heritage project educated us with this and other pearls of … Continued

Smart materials workshops… coming soon!

January 28, 2018 | Facilitation Techniques, Latest News, Projects | 0 comments | Author:

The Smart Materials – Design, Innovation & Craft workshops focus on using smart materials combine with tradition craft practices and materials to create artistic pieces in response to a specific theme or topic. Smart materials react to changes in their … Continued

2017, what a year? Here’s to 2018!

December 31, 2017 | Latest News, Projects | 0 comments | Author:

Well, what can we say? 2017 has been a fab year for us. We’ve been involved in so many awesome projects and worked with so many talent, dedicated and amazing folk, so we thought we should put together some of … Continued

Music Matters

October 1, 2017 | Digital Inclusion, Latest News, Libraries, Projects, Young People | 0 comments | Author:

Back in the August… which seems like FOREVER ago… the final event of the Culture Matters programme was run. The event – Music Matters – saw a group of young people work with the wehearttech C.I.C. team and partners to … Continued

Getting creative with our future selves!

September 26, 2017 | Facilitation Techniques, Latest News, Projects | 0 comments | Author:

*This blog post was written by a participant of the Culture Matters programme who was mentored by Liverpool Girl Geeks to design and facilitate her own creative visioning workshop!* Hello, amazing person who is reading my blog post! I have been … Continued

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