EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY
Engineering Plymouth was supported by 14 regional partners and over 30 contributing organisations and local schools. It was conceived as a project to galvanise the community as well as celebrate the civil engineering achievements that have transformed the city.
As part of the project local groups and residents worked with the film crew and local arts professionals to produce a series of dance portrait-films in locations such as Plymouth Breakwater and The Citadel. The aim was to reimagine the publics’ perception of Plymouth's built environment.
Engineering Plymouth aims to highlight that civil engineering is a rewarding and creative career and hopes to encourage the next generation to join the profession.
Since the launch on 5th November school and university talks and screenings have been taking place. If you would like to organise a talk for your students and show the film please email firstname.lastname@example.org
To support teachers, schools and colleges, the following resources are available:
ICE educational resources listed by age group on the website. These are split in to sections for primary, secondary and sixth form students.
Invisible Superheroes, a year long exhibition at One Great George Street in London. This is running until 22 February 2019, focusing on the unsung heroes behind some of the world's most amazing engineering projects. The exhibition is free and open Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm (closed weekends and public holidays). Read more on the ICE website.
The short film below titled Engaging Plymouth was produced to capture behind the scenes content from the arts and community workshops .
Further resources will be added to this page as they become available.
SCREENINGS AND WORKSHOPS
Engineering Plymouth has been shown at the following schools, colleges and organisations:
City College Plymouth
Prince Rock Primary School
Plymouth Stem Board
University of Plymouth
Plymouth City Council