The Project

The Communicate Project is a Community Interest Company founded by a group of artists, performers, teachers and language professionals looking into new, more flexible ways to communicate. The Project tries to do so through the exploration of languages, drama and the arts, and working on multidisciplinary projects.
 
“Communicating” means participating, sharing and partaking, expressing, understanding and embracing, and so the Communicate Project CIC seeks not only to encourage people to communicate more efficiently and creatively, but also to embrace the concepts of multiculturalism, integration and tolerance.


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Rumble’s Museum Cheney 2050

On 24th March 2021, the Rumble Museum hosted the virtual event “Cheney 2050” at Cheney School in Oxford, which can be accessed at https://www.cheney2050.org.uk/. You can find us in the “Gallery” section.
 
The Communicate Project participated in this event with a short pre-recorded talk on the ancient Inca and the protection of the environment. Please find below a link to the video of the talk. We hope you enjoy it!
 
 

 
 
We regularly post information on upcoming events of the like and workshops we organize for Schools. If you are interested get in touch!

 

The Communicate Project provides short and long workshops focusing on some of the most fascinating, compelling, polemic and creative topics. If you want to know more, please visit our Workshops page here, or contact us here.

 



Keep safe!

The Communicate Project has stopped all contact lessons and workshops for the time being due to the pandemic. If you are interested in our work and want to get in touch, please contact us here. In the meantime, keep safe and stay positive!



Classical Workshops

The Communicate Project provides short and long workshops focusing on some of the most fascinating, compelling, polemic and creative Classical topics. The workshops cater for children, young people and adults. If you want to know more, and to have a look at some of our workshops, please visit our Workshops page here, or contact us here.

 


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