The G-Code Project
The G-Code Project was a 7-month (April – October 2012) project offering diverse groups of young people from Edinburgh the opportunity to develop their skills as music producers, hiphop artists, singers and rappers through a programme of intensive workshops with musicians, voice coaches, sound engineers and music producers. The free-of-charge evening sessions were held at North Edinburgh Arts (NEA), giving our group the chance to work together as a live act. As a group, G Code played on stage at Edinburgh’s Queen’s Hall, and performed for His Holiness the Dalai Lama at the Usher Hall, as well as performing several times at the 2012 Mela
GALLERY: G-Code perform at the Queen’s Hall as part of the Tinderbox Project, 23/06/12
Shared Territories was an artist residency programme which creatively engaged diverse communities in local green spaces.
As part of our Creative Scotland pARTners residency programme, artists Adura Onashile & Rocca Gutteridge brought together an amazing variety of events, activities and workshops with diverse community groups in and around Edinburgh . This residency programme was set-up in partnership with Scottish Natural Heritage and Forestry Commission Scotland in order to create opportunities for culturally diverse community groups to access Scotland’s natural environment in a creative, inspiring way. Adura & Rocca have worked with many different groups , acting as their creative guides – devising incredibly inventive and innovative ways for participants to interact with the natural environment.