Twenty: The Tassibee ‘Skin and Spirit’ project


This chapter discusses the Tassibee ‘Skin and Spirit’ project. The objectives were to work with a group of girls, aged between 7 and 19, with a focus on building their identity and confidence. The aim was to explore anti-bullying strategies through a range of group and individual art and creative activities for a three-month period. The project was able to meet its aims through the exploration of the perception of what our cover of skin is holding ‘within’, by creatively exploring what is valued and ‘precious’ and what is ‘perceived’, and through facilitating safe and open spaces to explore the girls’ experiences, both negative and lovely.

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