Schools & colleges
Cornerhouse specialises in education programmes for 14 to 19 year olds and their teachers and lecturers. Bring your group to attend Projector events, enter films you have made into underexposed and find out about other education departments’ projects.
Our programme of Projector events for 2014/15 will be published in Sep 2014.
In the meantime you can browse last year’s programme and the teacher’s guide about procedures in the section below. To receive a hard copy of the programme and to join our Projector mailing list, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Plus don’t forget to check our Resources and Downloads section for programme notes and study guides.
Aiming for Excellence – University …What’s it Really Like? This collaborative project with Aimhigher Telford and Wrekin, created the short film University… What’s It Really Like? to encourage young people to look at university as an option for their future. This film is an information magazine show made by 14Read more
Run by Sonic Arts Network, the national organisation which explores the art of sound, Sonic Postcards is an innovative education project taking place in primary, secondary, PRU and special schools across the UK. The project explores and compares the local sound environments of young people who live in contrasting regions andRead more
EXCHANGING PLACES was a Creative Partnerships Manchester Salford project led by the Royal Exchange Theatre and Cornerhouse, working with Year 8 History pupils from Newall Green and Chorlton High Schools (Manchester). The two schools were looking for a new way to bring history to life through a multi-media arts project,Read more
underexposed was part of Cornerhouse’s exposures: new talent in moving image festival and was dedicated to young people’s filmmaking in the North West region. The underexposed showcase was programmed and hosted by a team of young film fans showcasing various short films of varying genres and styles. underexposed last took place in FebruaryRead more