The inspiration for this project has its roots in our experience of our involvement in Light Night last year. We used our Carnival training to build a big lit up igloo structure, where we ran an inclusive grotto. We dressed up in lit-up headdresses, and went out into the crowds of people waiting for the lantern procession and gave out positive wishes. It was so enjoyable giving people positivity that we all agreed that we would like to find a way of doing something similar. I
Given the challenges of the last few months, I had no idea how many dance groups would be interested, or able, to take part in the Global Dance Film project. It is absolutely fantastic that we have had such a huge response from dance groups right across Oxford (covering a range of dance styles) as well as across our twin cities Ramallah, Perm and Grenoble. "The Global dance film project has been a wonderful way for our twin cities to come together with groups in Oxford and ce
October half term is usually a really busy time for families in Oxford University Museum of Natural History. In previous years, thousands of families would take part in a wide range of fun activities under the dinosaurs. This year, we were unable to engage with families in the same way. In response, the museum's family learning team developed activities for learning at home. Activities were inspired by the museum’s Hope collection of British insects. This collection is curre
Oxford's Christmas Light Festival is here, hooray!!! It's wonderful have an event that draws Oxford's array of communities together, especially in these difficult times.
Multaka volunteers are teaming up with the History of Science Museum (HSM) to create our first ever live streamed, festival family event.
The activities will take inspiration from one of the star objects of our new exhibition of Islamic metalwork, the 600-year-old Mosul Handbag. During the event we will