Daisi’s models of engaging young people in heritage through the arts.
Daisi has many examples of working in partnership to engage young people in heritage through the arts. Our project models have spanned a wide range of locations, and a diversity of partners including voluntary sector partners, and those from culture, heritage, formal and non- formal education sectors, and wider community and inter- generational groupings including older people and families.
This leaflet brings together a few examples of recent Daisi partnership projects with a young people and heritage engagement focus. Through these projects Daisi has developed its experience of bringing young people into the co-creation process of exploring heritage through the arts.
To know more about the projects we work in this category, follow the below links.
Remembering the First World War: what it means to us is a young people led heritage explorations of how the First World War has affected their own lives.
The School Looks Around young people looking at citizenship in their locality, and exploring how things work through investigative arts practice.
Imagine That! young people exploring and interpreting local heritage sites through creative writing. To know more about the progression and outcome of this project, follow this link.
Happening Here with Teign Housing a joint venture with Teign Housing exploring new ways in which a Housing association can work through the arts to strengthen its communities.
200 years of Tiverton looks at the history of Tiverton, especially the Heathcoat-Armory family and their National Trust house Knightshayes