Tuesday, 13 October 2015
I found the event last week with Akala very fascinating and educational. The subjects he covered were the origins of Christianity, politics, Africa (he talked about Egypt a lot). I feel that I gained a lot from, the event. The things Akala talked about included many other interesting historical subjects. In my opinion this is what Black History Month should really be about.
Last week we saw Akala talk about Black History Month in different parts of Africa(mostly about Egypt). He told us a wide range of information that most schools wouldn't tell us when it comes to Black History Month. He explained Black History Month in different countries and how it was different from others ☺
Last week we saw AKALA talk about black history month he told us about the African spread nose he also read one of his poems what he said changed my perception of black peoples life .☻☺
GIANAH MODEST #
At Akala last week, his words were really inspirational and he would get his point across well as what he wants people to think predominantly through his poems. I found his information quite surprising like when Christopher Columbus had never set foot on America.
The event last week changed my perspectives on life. It was controversial and increased my knowledge on life socialistic views through history. The event was extremely fascinating in terms of general knowledge and helped me understand more on life during the Egyptian era. As well as the experience from Akala's lecture, I now have visualized myself, 4 years from now through out University. Aria. ☺☺☺.
Posted by Destinations Arts at 10:30
Tuesday, 17 March 2015
Using beautiful gold inks at Cambian Oaks during the #othellounbound project.
We talked about publishing a book of prose and poetry created during the workshops and the possibility of extending the work to other residential spaces run by the Cambian Oaks group.
These Arts and Health workshops are part of the Othello Unbound Project which is a creative exploration of Shakespeare’s Othello. This Destinations Arts initiative is supported by Sheffield Hallam University and funded by Arts Council England.
Reader Project students have just finished creating unique musical instruments using the creative controller interface – MakeyMakey.
Each instrument had both software and hardware elements. Students used MIT’s SCRATCH programming environment to create a program script that allowed their physical instruments to trigger sounds in the computers. Using paper, graphite, copper sticky tape (slug barrier tape) and aluminum foil, participants created final working versions of their instruments.
“I like that we are able to create our own images and touch them and sound comes out, and we can get a character to move across the screen in a game.”
“We learned certain materials were better at conducting than others – I learned that the better conductors produced faster graphics and sounds.”
“Its a fun way to sneak physics into our after school club and a great way of getting both girls and boys involved in coding and the Maker movement.”
Find out more at the Destinations Arts website