This mounths issue of LFI Internatlional features the Cheltenham Folk project I strted two years ago.
Street Photography and PEEL workshops
exploring self Identity with poetry & Photography
A Gloucestershire school is piloting the new PEEL programme to combat the impact of social media on student mental health. Newent Community School has already received training to run project PEEL – which was created and developed by us at Agency ASHA. ASHA has been working in partnership with the Diocese of Gloucestershire to take the PEEL project into schools.
This is a short film I made for my Sons of Adam study. I have 4 children and I’ve realised that the memories they treasure the most are the times when we have made things together.
In Artist of the Week, we celebrate faith-driven artists making quality work for universal audiences.
We’re over the moon. Project PEEL wins another GOLD AWARD and SILVER for best photography and for Most Creative use of Media. Lots of praise for the students and young trainers who did a fantastic job on this project and the ASHA design team. Great team work.
1. When did you realise you wanted to be a designer?
It was more a case of not having a choice. I grew up in Africa and went to a Swedish mission school until I was 12. Then we moved to Denmark (my mother is Danish) and I went to a Danish school until I was 15.
The work of Marksteen Adamson is intriguing. He is a founding partner of Asha who gained an international reputation for being an inspiring creative strategist and problem solver. Marksteen advises global companies, governments, countries, and charities on brand strategy and brand behaviour. We are lucky enough to have Marksteen share two personal projects he works on outside of his day-to-day work.
We’re over the moon. The PEEL Project won two Gold Awards for Best use of Photography and Best Publication at THE DRUM – CREAM AWARDS. By the end of the evening it had also won the overall coveted Grand Prix Award for Best In Show.
We were delighted to welcome YMCA to The Hospital Club for a PEEL workshop on Saturday 16th September. An inspiring, creative and thought provoking day was had by all who took part and there was some fantastic output from the session
PEEL is nominated at The Cream Awards and shortlisted in three categories:
Best Use of Photography – PEEL
Identity design – PEEL
Publications – PEEL
The winners will be announced on 22nd November where we hope to take the stage…
The Right Reverend Rachel Treweek discusses the PEEL project in the House of Lords…
On Saturday 7th October, Formal House opened its doors to welcome eager members of the public for this year’s Cheltenham Literature Festival’s LitCrawl.
Not every day you bump into one of your all time heroes. Popped into Magma book shop to pick up my signed copy of Alec Soths’ famous book ‘Sleeping by the Mississippi’, only to find out that the man himself was there and had also pick up a copy, earlier, of our PEEL book. Over the moon is an understatement.
PEEL exhibition at The Hospital Club gallery
This 12 minute film documentary about PEEL introduces the project with background story and the workshops, interviews and output from the students.
The one and only Dave Stewart popping in to give his support to project PEEL exhibition and speaking to one of our PEEL students – Prudence Bond, listening to her poem and story and the photo she took 4 years ago at the first PEEL workshop. #superstar #eurythmics #legend
Limited to only 1500 copies, cloth bound, foil blocked and printed on high quality craft paper, the PEEL book features 30 plates of colour images taken by ‘PEEL’ students.
Just finished the last PEEL workshop with 11-18 year olds exploring self identity. We had 19 of them in for the week doing poetry and photography and they all got on with it and worked really hard. They’ve all taken great shots too.