We make work for and with audiences of all ages – from adventures for families, to workshops for school groups. Here are some of our recent projects for young people and families:
- My Grandad: The Spy – a digital trail for families to explore an exhibition about the Cold War, commissioned by The National Archives.
- Phoebe the Apprentice Ranger – an outdoor family adventure around the grounds of Polesden Lacey, commissioned by the National Trust.
- Small People, Big Protest – a workshop for young people to create their own protest and celebration, commissioned by All Points East Festival, In The Neighbourhood.
- The Absent Inventor – a tech-playful family workshop created as part of The City is Ours family festival, commissioned by the Museum of London.
- The Shadow of the Future – an interactive game to get Key Stage 4 students thinking critically and creatively about the Cold War, commissioned by Imperial War Museums Duxford.
Coney are experts in making work with and for children and young people that has sustained impact, led by experienced artists and makers from our pool of Associates and our Network. If you’re interested in developing a bespoke project with young people, get in touch.