Students from Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education have worked with RAMM and Stories Connect, to create a collaborative story, which they have made into a short film. It stars some of their favourite museum objects including an air-raid shelter, a film star’s dress and a starfish. Signed in British Sign Language (BSL) and subtitled, it features students explaining their object choices and discusses why young Deaf people need BSL.
Part of Exetreme Imagination Exeter’s festival of writing by and for children and young people, this event is supported by Arts Council England and the Literature Works Annual Fund. Exetreme Imagination is an exciting programme of author events, creative workshops, performances and exhibitions taking place at venues across the city from Monday 17 to Saturday 29 October.
This is a free, drop-in event.