On January 31 five up-and-coming animators were given the chance to have their work run on the digital display at the top of London’s BT Tower thanks to somewhereto_ , a nationwide 2012 Olympics legacy project to help young people in sport, culture and the arts
Somewhereto_ funds ‘ideas and local talent to inspire creativity across the UK’. Its mission is to help young people realise their ideas by providing them with the resources and spaces to do so. The project, which is run by ‘youth engagement agency’ Livity in partnership with Channel 4, ran a contest asking for submissions from young animators for work to appear on what is Europe’s largest digital display. The five young animators chosen were Dean Wright and Emma Wilson, Joe Collins, Lawrence Simpson and Will Adams (more here).
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