[about siblings]

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Invitation to join [about siblings]


Dear girls and boys - mums and dads,

We are very excited to be exploring the beautiful and multi-facet relationship of siblings via our creative project called [about siblings] and would love to invite you on board!

In these times of a global pandemic and isolation, we believe that everyone deserves joyful moments in their day-to-day life and we aspire to enter siblings’ lives through meaningful acts of joy and togetherness.


[about sibling] – ‘[as]' at its heart, touches on the many faces of young siblings’ relationships with great interest on how this relationship is being shaped and nurtured when a child’s brother(s) or sister(s) experiences disability and/or chronic illness.

Join us!

[as] targets children and young people who are disabled and/or experience chronic illness aged 9 -17 and their siblings, based in Bristol. [as] is due to be implemented between May and July 2021. Subject to covid-19 restrictions, activities will ideally happen with the physical presence of everyone involved in a school facilities, or virtually.


Together with a team of multidisciplinary disabled and non-disabled artists, educators and health professionals the participants will be exchanging ideas of playfulness, reality, dreams and imagination, they will participate in 1:1 and group interviews, focus groups and creative labs. By mixing music, sound and visual references of illustration and costume design we will create our own music as well as wearable sculptures driven by the participants’ imagination. 


Any questions?

We would love to hear from you and be happy to answer all questions and discuss any thoughts.

Feel free to contact us: amongtheants@gmail.com


Our logo was created by Athina Frenaritou in December 2020.

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Looking forward to see you there!

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June 16, 2018

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While being in Utrecht, I had the opportunity to work with a few festivals, produce one inclusive dance performance, and initiate μoment Creative, the online mentoring platform I have been working on for a long time. The Netherlands was a powerful, challenging, yet fruitful experience in unexpected ways, and gave me the opportunity to meet amazing individuals. 




December 03, 2015

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Friday, 4th December 2015 | 7– 10pm 

Free entrance

Our Participation at Jeunes Talents Cirque

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