Sound Tubes, a wind-driven sound instrument created by Hywel Davies, featured as part of the B-Side festival in Weymouth and Portland. B-Side invites people to explore the 'flip side of the sea side' through sound, installation, visual art and live art in unusual locations.<br/>
Youth circus troupe Circolombia perform on stage at The Bristol Do, a selection of exciting and innovative art, circus, games and performances in the great outdoors. In 2010, the Bristol Do was held as part of Count Me In, a series of cultural events taking place across the South West.<br/>
The Morris Mynahs performed in Weymouth town centre on 25 September 2010 as part of Dinosaurs Not Allowed, which showcases the talent of young morris dancers and gives them the opportunity to come together and get to know each other.
Charlotte Keenan, 21, holds a hairdresser's signboard from Nairobi belonging to The Royal Pavilion & Museums Foundation in Brighton and Hove. Charlotte is one of the many young people participating in the UK-wide Stories of the World project.<br/>
Beckie and Sean, participants in the Yorkshire Stories of the World project, inspect Moorcroft pottery from Canon Hall Museum, Barnsley.<br/>
A young poet performing at the launch of Global Threads - the North West's project for Stories of the World.<br/>
A young participant in The World Collection performance, part of the UK-wide Stories of the World project.<br/>
Katie Nesbitt, 22, at The Captain Cook Birthplace Museum in Middlesbrough, with a Maori Kuwaha – a figure with carved facial tattoos that is meant to guard a doorway. Katie said: 'I have nine tattoos myself, and have always been interested in tribal tattoos since I was a kid. They're really strong, striking symbols that traditionally have represented status and strength.'<br/>
Canon Hall Museum, Barnsley is taking part in the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad project 'Stories of the World'. Participant Beckie Butterworth said: 'The freedom young people have been given for this project is amazing - interviewing artists, discussing what we should do next... When I think of Stories of the World, I think of something amazing and beneficial to our communities.'