Paper Tiger offers bespoke workshops that can be tailored to suit both formal and informal learning from primary school to higher education and beyond. Our collective experience and inclusive practice moves across communities and locations to encompass work with:
- Disability equality and access
- Heritage preservation and oral history archives
- Inter/intra social and cultural transitions
- Citizenship, identity and cultural geography
- Conflict resolution
- Intergenerational sharing
We are also experienced in working as artists alongside teachers, devising creative projects to support the formal curriculum at KS3, KS4 and KS5 (including Art, Drama, Media Studies, History, Sciences).
Our workshops use arts-based activities to inspire self-expression, while encouraging curiosity, creative exploration, and critical engagement with the world around us.
We offer workshops alongside our projects to create opportunities to engage with us and further interact with the content of our work. We also design stand-alone sessions and short-term residencies that apply a variety of mediums including: film/video, new writing, devising, performance, forum theatre, and photography.
Please contact us for further information.