[ February 24, 2012; 6:00 pm; ] As part of the MyVoice project sounddelivery ran two workshops in Newcastle and London to show librarians and young people how they could use social media to bring their creative writing and reading to a wider audience.
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To support the Leicester Hospitals Charity’s Appeal for a new teenage/young people cancer ward at Leicester Royal Infirmary we were commissioned to create this video. We prepared all the interviews and then worked with an in-house cameraman. We then crafted a narrative from all the raw footage.
Leicester Hospitals Charity, with support from the Teenage Cancer Trust, and the Robbie Anderson Cancer Trust, needs to raise £1.4 million for the project to go ahead. If the money can be raised in time, work on the new unit will start in summer 2012.
sounddelivery has worked with several museums, including the Museum of London and National Portrait Gallery, to deliver digital media projects to engage new audiences. We were commissioned by the Museum of Croydon to work with young people to produce audio podcasts based on exhibits in the museum. Here Hanna compares a WWII dog tag to her school exam number: