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Storylines is a project which brings the memories and stories of older people with learning disabilities to the public through live events which combine video projection, performance and poetry. The pilot project has been led by young learning disabled artists Becky Bruzas, Jason Eade, Tina Dickinson and Sarah Watson from the Oska Bright steering committee.

photo of a young woman standing in shadow in the foreground. She watches a film on an i-pad in front of a projection in the background

Tina Dickinson stand in front of a projection as she views a 'video-mapping' frame on an i-pad

Storylines is a project which brings the memories and stories of older people with learning difficulties to the public through live events which combine video projection, performance and poetry. The pilot project has been led by young learning disabled artists Becky Bruzas, Jason Eade, Tina Dickinson and Sarah Watson from the Oska Bright steering committee. Review by Alan Morrison

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photo of a young woman holding a recorder as she interviews a Storylines participant

Sarah Watson interviews one of the participants of the Storylines project

Storylines is a project which brings the memories and stories of older people with learning difficulties to the public through live events which combine video projection, performance and poetry. The pilot project has been led by young learning disabled artists Becky Bruzas, Jason Eade, Tina Dickinson and Sarah Watson from the Oska Bright steering committee. Review by Alan Morrison