Projects & Exhibitions

Youth Workshops

Our projects serve to promote community cohesion, reduce social isolation and preserve arts and heritage across the U.K. We have been consistently delivering projects and exhibitions since 2012. Read on for information on our past projects,

Exhibitions

Opal22 produces exhibitions to bridge the juncture between heritage and local community. Information and images of each are presented below. For more information please use the contact details section of our website.

Knowledge of the Unseen

Negritude

Rhythms of Windrush

Lets Debate

Fashioning The City

memos-of-the-mind

Rejimi Guzo

Femme Fatale

Dear Sue

Inventions of Colour

Together We Won The War

What Do You See When You Look At Me?

Video Showcase

See some of our latest projects in action

Negritude Project 1:55

Negritude is the second of our debate programmes. This programme is new for 2019/2020. Negritude is a literary movement. In the 1930’s and 1940’s black writers in Paris made the conscious effort for their cultural identities to shine across the Parisian literary scene.

Rhythms of Windrush Project 5:28

A project developed by Opal22 Arts and Edutainment for budding singers, songwriters, music producers, and videographers. Aged between 16-25 years The project, which has been funded by the Arts Council England.

Femme Fatale Showcase 41:26

The project leader is been Joyce Bebberley Harris hailing from a family of singers Bebberley is a talented singer, backing vocalist, vocal coach, Diana Ross tribute act and recording artist from Leicester.

Dear Sue Youth Theatre 40:01

Dear Sue was a Youth Theatre Production presented by Opal22 Arts and Edutainment. To mark the incredible talent of Sue Townsend and some of her plays, the group have set their responses in the form of a play within a play.

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