Discover the latest MarketPlace community projects

If you have an idea you’d like to talk to us about please get in touch.

We’re always open to a “Creative Conversation”

Art of #CovidChat

Summer 2021

A MarketPlace/ DMJ Imagery podcast series with 8 of our regional artists discussing the challenges that they have faced during Lockdown and what they have learnt as a result.

The Story of Molly Whuppie with Marion Leeper

Ongoing

How do you transfer the magic of interactive storytelling from the classroom/playgroup setting to the online world of Zoom and YouTube?

Image reads: "#SeeYouSoon". There is an image of a man in a suit and top hot running towards a butterfly. This image is made by artist, Penny Sobr.

#SeeYouSoon!

April & May 2021

A creative communities project with the simple aim of inspiring people to write and send positive messages to family, friends and neighbours after a year of uncertainty and social isolation.

A Spell for Understanding by Fenland Young Carers

March 2021

Conjured up during lockdown, this spell for understanding ‘all that we are, not all that we say’ was created by Young Carers in Fenland.

The Book Cover Club – ever judged a book by its cover?

November 2020

Fenland Artist and Publisher, Richard Savage, invites those interested in literature to take a look at the world of book cover art and design.

#LetsTakeAWalk with Genevieve Rudd

October 2020

Artist Genevieve Rudd explored leading a workshop via Whatsapp, using creative activities to connect people by exploring their outdoor surroundings.

Writing the Landscape and a touch of FenScaping…

Ongoing

Writing the Landscape explores the connections people have discovered in Lockdown and the thoughts and ideas it has created.

Speaking Tubes with Emily Godden

September 2020

Creative technologist, Emily Godden wanted to explore the idea of connection through digital technology.

Brandon Gallery Hub, Virtual Exhibition with Lee Mason

September 2020

Digital artist, Lee Mason created a 3D virtual exhibition to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Brandon Arts Society

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