Creative Briefs Project

Creative Briefs Project "Street Book"

Creative Briefs is based at ‘The Studio’, Albert Avenue, and was originally set up by Jason Bowers as an interior design company with support from Sirius and the Princes Trust. 20 years later, ‘The Studio’ now runs as a design agency sharing design knowledge and processes with young creatives who learn differently.  Creative Briefs uses the power of creativity to improve the life chances of children with specific educational needs has been selected to receive an award from Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce through its Chamber Culture Fun.
Creative Briefs will use the award to develop a project which will see a group of young creatives produce a “street book” telling a visual and auditory story to raise awareness of dyslexia. The project is also being supported with funding from Children in Need and has sponsorship from Hull-based Dyslexia Sparks charity, exhibition design company Ships & Pigs and constructive news platform Hull is This. Creative Briefs has developed work so far at Humber Street Sesh in August and at Freedom Festival in September, and plans to display the work at libraries and other public buildings later in the year.
The Creative Briefs approach is to bring together young people who have dyslexia to work on a live design project to create accessible forms of art which explore their perceptions of dyslexia.
For information about supporting, funding and sponsoring Creative Briefs and the Street Book Project please email Jason Bowers at  .  Picture details
Pictures show (from left) Jonny Rowe, Rebecca Shipham and Jason Bowers of Creative briefs, plus children working on their contributions for a mural at Humber Street Sesh in 2018.
Further information Creative Briefs: Junior Design Factory:  Twitter: @BriefsNotPants