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

New Year techie plans

January 3, 2018 | Latest News | 0 comments | Author:

So, here it is 2018! What’s on your ‘to achieve’ list for the year ahead? Our plans for the coming months is to build on some of the new workshops and areas that we tepidly entered into last year, including … 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

Mixing it up with design, innovation and craft

November 15, 2017 | Latest News, Libraries, Young People | 1 comments | Author:

Last month we were lucky enough to be commissioned by the Craft Council to run a workshops as part of their Make: Shift: Do festival. Working with Liverpool Libraries, we rocked up at Toxteth Library with a whole load 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

Getting to grips with Digital

August 19, 2017 | Digital Inclusion, Latest News, Projects | 0 comments | Author:

Over the last six months, the wehearttech C.I.C. team have been working with libraries to up-skill their staff and support them to develop their digital offers for children and young people. As part of this CPD programme, workshops on topics … Continued

Liverpool MakeFest 2017

July 29, 2017 | Digital Inclusion, Latest News, Libraries, Projects, Young People | 0 comments | Author:

Whether you make stuff, want to make stuff or want to meet people who make stuff, MakeFest is an annual highlight. This year it took place on 24 June 2017 at Liverpool Central Library and wehearttech was there for the … Continued

A big thank you!

June 29, 2017 | Digital Inclusion, Latest News, Projects | 0 comments | Author:

The Culture Matters project puts inclusion and access at the top of the agenda and we were made-up when Dot Everyone gave us a grant of £500 to maximise the access to this year’s MakeFest that forms part of the … Continued

Get your MAKE on!

May 30, 2017 | Latest News, Libraries, Projects | 1 comments | Author:

Join the Culture Matters project at Liverpool MakeFest 2017…. We’ve got some amazing workshops taking place as part of this year’s Liverpool MakeFest… all of which have been commissioned by young people with disabilities. As part of this process, the … Continued

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