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Lottie Child with Furtherfield on ResonanceFM

Submitted by Aileen on Wed, 2010-04-28 18:47
56:36 minutes (8 MB)

Interviews with Lottie Child founder of Street Training, an international network of people actively reshaping their surroundings and how they affect our behaviour. Dougald Hine & Pete Gravell from Space Makers Agency, developing new ways of thinking about the spaces in which we live, work and play. Including various treasures, noise-collages, soundscapes and exploratory music and a selection recent works from

Cat Burglery at Camden Arts Centre

Submitted by Lottie on Sun, 2010-04-18 09:52

Camden Arts Centre's Big Rip Off fundraising event on the 17th april. Lottie Child devised a performance with reverse pick pocketing, trespassing around the polite residential area of Finchley Road finishing with breaking into Gallery director Jenni Lomax's office through a window that had been left slightly ajar.

Street Training on Resonance FM

Submitted by Lottie on Wed, 2010-04-14 07:51
Manchester Street Training

Lottie was interviewed by Marc Garrett from Furtherfield on Resonance FM, details here.

New Video

Submitted by Lottie on Wed, 2010-04-14 07:47
Mobile Limbo again

Here is a new video, with me talking about Street Training with Kids from Gloucester Primary School in Peckham as part of a collaboration with furtherfield for a Peckham Space commission in 2008.

Street Training Conference

Submitted by Lottie on Thu, 2010-03-25 15:36
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Street Training conference, designed with muf art/architecture the focus of which is social change through training behaviour in an urban context.

The conference was an innovative mix of discussion and activity enabling all the people present to make meaning together in context.

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shadow play

Submitted by Lottie on Sun, 2010-03-14 18:54
shadow play

Young people on Sceaux Gardens Camberwell reparing to train the police to have more fun and tell the difference between social and

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Police Comments - click here for more info

Submitted by Lottie on Fri, 2010-03-05 15:44

On the 18th February Street Trainers from Sceaux Gardens Estate delivered a training session for 10 members of Southwark Police. At the end of the session we asked two questions.

"What is the most important thing you have learned today?"

There are easier ways or different ways to interact with young people.

How many officers can fit in a telephone box.

Sceaux Street Training gets off to a great start

Submitted by Lauren Willis on Mon, 2010-02-15 17:48
Playing a game...

Sceaux Street Trainers kicked off the February half term with an afternoon of fun, games and challenges.

Working on team building, communication and leadership skills we began to prepare for what will be an eventful half term...

Some of the challenges:

standing on one leg
racing each other
spelling words backwards
reciting poems
making and keeping promises
describing our surroundings

Stair Flying

Submitted by Lauren Willis on Mon, 2010-02-15 11:55
Stair Flying

This week we train Southwark police!

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