Throughout The Great Dandy Mural Project, Dandy Dugald started to make a series of short, funny process films to help share the experience to our Dandy followers. During the project the Dandies were invited by previous Dandifest! collaborators The Golden Bee Hive in Australia to contribute a film about bees. Also at that time we had started to learn about a variety of cool, re-wilding projects around Norfolk to encourage pollinators so we decided to make our first Dandy documentary Norfolk ’n Bees. Its world premiere was at the PUNQ festival in Northern Queensland as part of the Golden Bee – Hive Alive! 2021.
Our next film project was funded by Norwich City Council after being approached by Dandelion Snowley to help make a short film for and about the Good Economy Commission, an information gathering and community wellbeing 12 month project to help make Norwich more accessible for minorities living in Norwich.
Superheroes, nobility and paint brushes combine in this epic final chapter of The Great Dandy Mural Project painted at the Stepping Stones vegetable allotments. Stepping Stones is an arts focussed day centre service for talented Adults with learning difficulties.
Getting near the end of The Great Dandy Mural Project. This is the mural the Norwich Dandies painted at NANSA. NANSA is a day centre service for adults with learning difficulties. The clients there make a range of lovely art work which we copied into the mural for them to enjoy their art work on the walls of the entrance corridor.
The Dandies are at it again with The Great Dandy Mural Project. This time we're at the Stepping Stones allotments. Stepping Stones is an arts focussed day centre for Adults with learning difficulties.
The Norwich Dandies have been nominated for an EDP People's Choice Award for Best Small Arts Organisation.
The Dandies are back with their latest mural on The Great Dandy Mural Project painted at the new 'Shopmobility' site for Equal Lives. Equal Lives helps people with access needs to enjoy Norwich city with a wide range of mobility equipment.
The big reveal of the Norwich Dandies' third mural on The Great Dandy Mural Project tour at Lingwood Care Farm. Lingwood Farm provides therapeutic opportunities for people with disabilities on a working farm and is amazing. What a treat for the famous three to spend some days painting there.
The Norwich Dandies arrive into town (Lingwood, Norfolk) to get a'paintin' of a new mural at Lingwood Care Farm. Lingwood Farm provides therapeutic opportunities for people with disabilities on a working farm and is amazing. What a treat for for the famous three to spend some days painting there.
The big reveal of our latest Mural painting at the Silver Parcel Foodbank and Community Centre!
The big reveal of our latest Mural painting at the Silver Parcel Foodbank and Community Centre! But... oh no! Will the Dandies survive the wicked witch?
Day two and painting at the Silver Parcel Foodbank and Community Centre continues…
Mural #1 of The Great Dandy Mural Project is finished! It was wonderful working with The Hamlet Charity what a lovely bunch. Check out the video for the big reveal…
Another busy day at The Hamlet Charity today painting more broad detail into the first mural of T.G.D.M.P tour.
We had a great first day at The Hamlet Charity today laying down to base coats for the first mural in T.G.D.M.P tour.
A teaser trailer for our new community arts project 'The Great Dandy Mural Project'. Running from April to September we will be painting 6 new murals at centres for kids and adults with learning difficulties, a therapeutic care farm and a community centre and food bank. Funded by Arts Council England and Co-op Local Communities Fund.
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