4Elementz CIC is a unique community project using hip-hop culture to engage hard to reach young people, unite communities and deliver diversity training to professionals.
Aiming to reduce the risk of offending and social exclusion while celebrating multi cultural Britain
Active in our aims through;
Diversity training for professions using street art
Street art youth and community projects
Teaching Rap therapy and English literature skills using Rap music
Prisons education courses
Designing and producing education materials
Hip-hop and street art is a powerful tool which can drive social change, unite communities and
redirects many lives.
We run 1 to 1 and small group art workshops with children and adults. Taking our inspiration from street art our workshops aim to engage people into making artwork and learning new art skills.
Great for promoting positive hobbies, improving mental wellbeing and self confidence. It is also proven to help engage hard to reach young people with services and support workers, building better working relationships.
Afternoon workshops are £200 based on 3-4 hour sessions for 1 to 1 or a small group.
Launching our new project for 2021. Funded by the National lottery awards for all and Arts Council England.
This street art project will tell the untold stories of black lives in Cornwall. 4Elementz is committed to celebrating multi cultural Britain and reducing inequalities. This project will produce research, a book, an exhibition and run workshops.
We will use street art as a medium to engage our audience and our young people on the workshops. For more info click below.
4Elementz are currently running youth street art inspired workshops in Camborne St Meridocs Church on a Tuesday afternoon.
Teaching creative skills and inspiring creative hobbies and careers. We aim to build confidence and improve mental wellbeing.
This project is funded by Children in Need.
We have a unique Literature studies hip-hop education course available.
The Art of Rap course has a workbook you fill in.
Specially designed to engage young people whom rap music resinates. Teaching a subject like English literature in this way massively improves engagement and increases learning.
Funded by the Heritage Lottery we will be undertaking a research project on alternative stories in Cornish history in order to make the subject more diverse and representative. The project will include our equality and diversity training for students and professionals, delivering up to date guidance, education.
We cover topics such as, race, gender, class, sexuality, and working people history.