‘Mad Hatters and Curious Cooks’ took place at Stockport Hatworks Museum to showcase the millinery, artwork and tasty treats created by young people attending Project.INC.
Project INC is a creative learning provision for young people with additional needs. The project involved students working with local artist Pauline Wood, and Food and Hospitality Lead, Esther Morrison.
The Mayor of Stockport, Councillor Linda Holt, who visited the exhibition, said
“It was lovely to meet and chat to the students about their brilliant, creative exhibition and to be able to congratulate them for all the hard work they must have put into it. Well done to you all.”
Project.INC is a not for profit organisation which promotes and provides Inclusive, Creative, Learning for 11-19 year olds. Based in heritage buildings, Project.INC allows for an alternative approach that support personal and social development.
Project.INC Founder and Director, Lisa Alberti said:
“It’s really exciting for us to be able to present ‘Mad Hatters and Curious Cooks’. It’s a fantastic showcase of partnership working and bringing together the social and creative capital of Stockport for the benefit of our learners with additional needs.”
If you would like to find out more about Project.INC, visit one of the bases, or discuss referring a young person, please email Project INC