‘Mothers in Crisis: Then and Now’ is a new creative heritage project, being led by enJOY arts. Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Trafford Housing Trust, the project focuses on mothers’ experiences during the Covid pandemic.
Covid has been cited as the biggest crisis the world has experienced since WWII. Focusing on experiences from WWII comparing and contrasting this to the pandemic, ‘Mothers in Crisis: Then and Now’ will look at how mothers have responded and adapted, showing resilience in times of crises. Working with artists and volunteers, participants will creatively explore heritage in new and exciting ways.
Stretford Public Hall are working in partnership with enJOY arts, to deliver the project in Trafford. The hall will be hosting a final performance and project exhibition. The project launches in April 2022 and will run for two years.