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Shine at Southbank Centre
THIS slick piece of video-editing was just one of the pieces of work that came out of a huge festival of young people at Southbank Centre last week.
Participants from three primary schools, three secondaries and a college took part in the “Giant Talent Capture” to document the talent of 150 young people from Lambeth schools.
The project was part of the national Shine Week – England’s first national schools festival – which aims to highlight the abilities and talents of young people across the country.
At Southbank Centre on Wednesday last week, the young people worked with professional photographers to produce shots using different techniques.
One of the outcomes was this video, which was made up by splicing together photos of pupils caught midair as they bounced on a trampoline.
The institutions that took part were Lilian Baylis Technology School in Kennington Lane; Archbishop Tenison’s School in Kennington Oval; Charles Edward Brooke CofE Girls’ School in Langton Road, Camberwell; Kingswood Primary School in Gipsy Road, West Norwood; Macaulay CofE Primary School in Victoria Rise, Clapham; Holy Trinity CofE Primary School in Upper Tulse Hill; and Lambeth College.
The Giant Talent Capture project was directed by Keith Khan and supported by Creative Partnerships.
The professional photographers were Benedict Johnson, Stephen Berkeley White, Nick Gurney, Pari Naderi, Alistair Fyfe, Rod Morris and Johnny Ladd.
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