Visit our Vimeo page to view short films created by communities and artists as part of our projects, and about our work.


Video Highlights


Created with Inspire Young Parents (2004) – winner of the UK Film Council – Firstlight Best Documentary Film Award 2006. 


Created with Crisis in partnership with The Place (2010) 

Mental Health not Sihr 

Created with Direct Action Project (Peel Institute), Ar-Risala Mosque and the Galbur Foundation (2017) 



Visit our Blurb Bookshop to view and order publications created with communities and artists, and about our work. 


Book Highlights

The Dispensary  

The story of an arts and heritage project co-produced with young women, which brings together a multitude of local women’s voices - young and old, past and present – to share pearls of wisdom and a wealth of experiences gathered across the decades.

Let’s Talk  

A creative toolkit featuring activities for social care professionals working with children to aid conversation and communication. Designed in partnership with families affected by domestic violence, social workers and family support workers. 


Capture the story of an amazing project working with 14 young people and the wider community to develop a brand-new arts centre for young people in the old Hornsey Road Baths.


Project Blogs 

Some of our projects have their own dedicated websites and blogs where you can learn more about them.


Blog Highlights

Dispensing Wisdom (2015-17)

An arts and heritage project with young women exploring 100 years of women’s health care in Islington. 

Finsbury Park Creative Hub (2014-18) 

A three year arts and regeneration project exploring the impact of arts and culture on community development.

In Between (2009)

Four writer’s residencies in community settings, including a resident critical friend and the creation of 4 new publications.

WORD Festival (2012 onwards)

Islington’s annual festival celebrating reading, writing and freedom of expression, produced by All Change in partnership with Islington Council’s Libraries and local arts community.