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WOWsers: A Creative Explosion exhibition

Welcome to WOWsers: A Creative Explosion. This digital exhibition offers a a creative snapshot into the lives, concerns and passions of girls and non-binary young people living in Britain today. Created in partnership with BBC’s Children in Need's A Million & Me programme, the exhibition is the result of the first ever online, UK wide WOWsers programme - A Creative Explosion.

For this first online edition, we invited girls and non-binary young people aged 8 to 16 years old from BBC Children in Need funded organisations to join this creative project. Taking place from May to September, this brand new cohort of WOWsers explored art, activism and leadership through four convening sessions and a series of How To Workshops. The result is WOWsers: A Creative Explosion, a digital exhibition available to explore here.

True Beauty by Taylor L Cameron, age 13


Crystal Eye by Maisie-Cate, age 13


The Clothes Are Not to Blame by Amy, age 13


STOP Putting Pound Signs Next to Periods by Amy, age 13


Hope by Nicole Jayawardena, age 12


Different = Brilliant by Nicole Jayawardena, age 12


Schooling During a Pandemic by Sarah Lamont, age 16


How Do I Be Me? by Kyra, age 14


Sarah and Waffle by Sarah, age 17


Gender Equality by Molly, age 14


Activism by Evie Gray, age 17


Saving the Bees by Sophie, age 11


Sign Song by Amelia, age 16


What Can I Do? by Katie, age 15


The Ebbing Earth by Bethany, age 10


My Mental Health by Anonymous, age 16


WOWsers: A Creative Explosion

Don't miss this digital exhibition created by girls and non-binary young people aged 8-16 years-old - a creative snapshot into the lives, concerns and passions of girls and non-binary young people living in Britain today.