We now offer the chance for organisations to find out more about Scratch and incorporate their learning back into their organisations.
Scratch involves testing an idea before it's finished, gathering feedback, and redeveloping it further. This helps to engage more people in ideas as they form, makes them stronger in the long run and leads to more innovation and exchange along the way.
Battersea Arts Centre has helped organisations such as The National Trust, Battersea Power Station and King's College London to explore the potential that a creative process like Scratch can have on education and scholarship, engaging communities, project development and organisational change.
Battersea Arts Centre develops projects, programmes and courses ranging from one-off workshops to long term partnerships and everything in between. Our work involves but is not limited to:
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For pricing and booking information, contact Project Manager Meg Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org.