Helping to inform and inspire young people
To continue looking outward and gather ideas from around the city, we visited the exhibition of artist Grayson Perry. We talked about the way he looks really closely at people and how they take up space in society and places.
We returned to our brief 'What makes a Happy Place?' and it felt very important that we had looked at Grayson Perrys observations on the way people interact in society. Sahra spoke about her own interest and work exploring communal spaces and how the role of architects designing these spaces is so powerful.
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New City College awarded Project Oracle's Standard of Evidence Certificate
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East London Digital Club
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