PARTICIPATION:

PLAYING WITH FOOD

Our 2012 Participation Project was an arts residency for adults in Cranhill (East Glasgow) exploring local, settled and newly arrived residents’ experiences of diaspora, home and belonging through the shopping lists, heirloom recipes, smells, sights and sounds of

their kitchens.

 

This arts project offered participants the opportunity to take part in three ten-week residencies, which involved weekly expressive arts workshops, as well as cooking workshops and theatre trips.

 

As well as the three residencies A Moment’s Peace delivered a series of one-off workshops throughout the the duration of the project. We worked with schools, colleges and community groups of all ages within the Cranhill area. This was an opportunity for as many people in the community to involved as possible.

 

Over the course of the project we delivered over fifty workshops, worked with over 200 participants and performed in front of 160 audience members in our temporary purpose built performance space in the heart of Cranhill.

 

Find out more about the production and cookbook created through this project.

 

Playing With Food was the first project from our FOOD FRONTIERS programme. A triptych of creative investigations into contemporary relationships between humans, food and the food industry. It was developed and delivered in Partnership with Cranhill Development Trustᅠand Greater Easterhouse Arts Company at Platform.

Sharing food, folklore and personal stories

FundeD BY:

A Moment's Peace became a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) in May 2013. Our Charity Number is SC044000.

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