Louise Blackwell

Fevered Sleep invite children and young people to share what they are thinking, feeling and doing

Fevered Sleep are trying to make the world a more caring, curious, compassionate place, one unlikely art project at a time. They are always trying to find ways in which we can listen to children and young people and amplify their voices. In the midst of the Coronavirus crisis this feels even more pressing, so they’ve decided to ask children and young people to tell us what they are thinking and doing and feeling in lockdown.

More information here.

Image by Camille, 12, Brighton