Cambridge Junction has supported, commissioned and ran a variety of creative learning projects working with local community groups, schools, professional artists and industry professionals.
Below are some of the projects that we have worked on in the past.
Beats, Trials & Tribulations
A creative music video project in partnership with Romsey Mill, HighRise Theatre & Tide Film
Romsey Mill: Rapademic
This event showcased young local hip hop/grime MC’s and music makers, alongside professional artists.
Olive Academy: 2022
Working with Olive Academy to produce a short film which shed light on the inequality of Cambridge.
Olive AP Academy
Olive AP Academy is an alternative provision for pupils aged 11-16 with a centre in Cambridge that supports up to 35 secondary learners.
Darwin Centre: My Illness
My Illness conveys a message of hope to others who are struggling with their mental health.
Total Arts: Big Trouble Little Pictures
A film festival curated, programmed, managed and delivered by Total Arts.
Ridgefield Primary School: News News News
News News News was a live television news show made for adults by children with the help of an audience of local people.
A work by Theatre Replacement about mothers and sons which also involves young, local Minecraft players/performers.
TBAP: You Think You Can See Us
Created by TBAP Academy as part of Act Up, a Cambridge City Council supported project.
Temper Theatre: Fusion Festival
Cambridge Junction is host to and supports a theatre festival by and for young people.
Red Balloon: Exposed (Film Project)
The Red Balloon Learners Centre was created for young people 11-16 that have excluded themselves from mainstream school due to mental health.
The Take Two programme creates change by providing opportunities for young people, education partners and Cambridge Junction to develop.