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What is good project has a proposal of exploring the interaction with cities through creative and educational projects.
All projects under its umbrella has a touch to the idea of community, movement and exploring ways of interaction for a bigger picture ambitious impact to the world.
What is good projects is a collaborative producer of artists that Julia Testa - the founder - aims to promote and engage them in different creative and educational projects.
Founded in 2014, What is good projects has already promoted community events with activities for kids and engagement of shops in West Hampstead, Capoeira workshops, Brazilian percurssion workshops, Dance workshops and others.
Having some collaborators on its plataform What Is Good projects has a mission of develop new projects and take part of others’ project in order to cring cultural aspects within Creative Industries through creative projects to society.
In this document, you will meet some of our collaborators, projects and work with kids, a audience that we focus on in order to impact the world with good content to whom has potential to start new perspectives of life on the best moment.
Dancing, painting, music, moving the body in a creative way are values for What is good Projects in which it acts with the best people within the field for years bulding up a great career. Throughout these activies, we believe that human being can connect batter within and explore new paths in the world.
Moreover, developing creativity is one of our mandatory research, through the body, movement, coordenation or inspirational inputs for the mind.
Finally, What is Good projects works with adults and kids, based on specific events and projects aiming always to deliver cognition, literacy and literature, history background, social-emotional, physicality, creativity and musicality.
Website coming soon with more information. Find below few projects from WIG.
Community event in West Hampstead with free workshops of movement, dance, games and body exploration for adults and free sessions for kids of ceramic painting, storytelling, face painting, games and others.
Facebook fan page that aims to spread out the Afro Dance and percussion around London promoting specially West African culture, events and workshops.