The Way I See It showcases art made by children and young people in response to lockdown and the impact of the pandemic. From painting to poetry, drama to dance, music to stop-motion animation, the collection reflects their boundless and inspiring creativity.
We asked children and young people to celebrate learning in lockdown, by creating a 30 second dance film inspired by a 'first' - an exhilarating new experience, a new skill or a life lesson.
Explore the digital collection of work by created by children and young people, with BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, English National Opera, Heart n Soul, Dancefest and Company Three.
The Reimagine Lockdown Challenge was a creative dance and photography challenge for you to do at home during lockdown - on your own or with your family.
We asked people to sum up what home meant for them. We asked them to tell us in photos, words, poems, videos, music - anything that showed how they felt - no explanation required.
Our Chance to Dance Company have made collaborative lockdown films.