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This is one of the three pillars of Yasmine's vision for all of the creative projects Alchemy Arts Collective delivers always starting with an innovative idea which can then be developed in collaboration with professional, writers, storytellers, spoken word artists and photographers.

 In a diverse and inclusive community setting.


The second pillar and the place where in Yasmine's words re-enforces why this work is such a privilege and so important in our communities 'being a part of this process and seeing how confidence, creativity and belief is nurtured and emerges is something that makes each and every one of the workshops, and sessions unique and inspiring and ultimately creates a solid foundation for future creative endeavors. Partnering with professionals firmly sets a precedence that aspiration and inspiration can co-exist and the young people and artists have the space to explore this.


 The third pillar sees all the elements come together and is where 'the magic happens' the increased self-belief, discovering a talent a young person perhaps  didn't even realise they have as well as expanding and developing upon skills and discovering any new skills that will carry the legacy of a love of writing and creating into their wider worlds.

Collaborations and Partnerships

Alchemy Arts Collective is grateful for the support of local partners in the community including Camden Libraries, P3 Charity, 3Acres Community Play Project,  Small Green Shoots and Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts. Creative projects to date have included a published and classified book which is available in all Camden libraries 'The Five Monsters' which was created with  talented illustrator and writers Sean Bright and Rob Parr.  An ilustrated graphic novel exhibition inspired by International Women's Day and titled 'Sheroes' which culminated in a spoken word event featuring Inja and the multi talented Shay -D. whom we also recently collaborated with to deliver an interactive journal writing course of workshops which culminated with the production of a storybook journal that each young person can use throughout the year to continue their legacy of writing daily.