G. Oakley & Sons have generously sponsored an exciting new project which will engage people living in the local area with the construction of The Science Capital. Building Our Community invites groups from Butetown, Grangetown and Riverside to site visits to experience and track developments.
Adam Oakley, Managing Director said, “Increasing diversity within the construction industry is important to us and we’re delighted to be able to support Techniquest and people living in the local area.”
Those involved with the project will also look at the history of the building and its surrounding areas, creating a legacy piece that will display in our new community room.
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Sponsored by G Oakley and Sons ltd.
Techniquest is supporting the Grangetown Art Trail by becoming one of the partners to facilitate a zoo enclosure. Funded by The National Lottery Awards for All, the 3 creative workshops leading up to the art trail weekend, will be based around conservation of our local natural environment. A chance to learn about the science of conservation and ecology while having fun and working together to explore creativity.
Led by Grangetown artist, Johana Hartwig, supported by the RSPB and other local artists, the workshops with provide expert conservation knowledge and art experience. All materials will be provided, with final pieces displayed in Techniquest’s new community room.
Aimed primarily at ages 55+, however we positively encourage people of all ages to attend. Free refreshments will be provided.
Tickets are free, but limited. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place.
Techniquest is working towards increasing accessibility for individuals with visual impairments or are hard of hearing. We are are working with groups and individuals who can support us in creating user-friendly content and devices.
We are building on our hugely successful photography exhibition project by developing a project that supports employability and deepens our relationships with individuals in the local community.
We want our marketing to be representative of our community, so we’re working with local photographers to capture imagery for our marketing material and website. This project was influenced by the global initiative, OF/BY/FOR ALL.
Photographer Zaid Djerdi
Interested in photography? Contact us!