All The Colours

Images Copyright: Fiona Campbell

Find out all about Fiona Campbell’s project here:

Have you been travelling on buses? Where do your thoughts lead you?

You might not think you’re a photographer or collage artist? Why not give it a go and get involved!  On your bus journey or destination, take a photo of something that has one dominant colour scheme. This could be something that stands out? Catches your eye or imagination? Or make a collage about this at home from old magazines in just one dominant colour, and photograph it.

All the Colours’ is working with the bus passengers of Sedgemoor to create a collage reflecting on your responses to your journey, the past year, a particular experience, mood, feeling, moment, personal or global memory.

The images will be part of a co-created artwork which will be transformed into a hologram Chameleon. This will change colours at different viewpoints. The image will be featured on 30 buses around Sedgemoor for passengers and the community to enjoy.

You can use your phone (landscape or portrait), and send your photograph using the submission form below.

It’s FREE and we would love to involve you! This is your opportunity to be creative and help brighten up the buses with a community focus.

We aim to show all entries in our online gallery which will be part of an exhibition. All entries will be entered into a prize draw to win 2 free family tickets to the Somerset Rural Life Museum, Glastonbury.

In addition to photo or image submissions we will be holding FREE workshops with Fiona to help you to make your collage:

Make a Collage with Fiona Campbell

Workshop 1

Tuesday 13th April, 9.30am – 12.30pm; Victoria Park Community Centre, Victoria Park Drive, Bridgwater TA6 7AS. T: 01278 422 255.  

Book here:

*Please note, this workshop is limited to 5 participants for Covid safety

Materials provided, but bring your old magazines; teas/coffees/food available. 10 mins from bus & centre, free parking. Spacious room with covid safety measures in place.

  • Booking priority given to Sedgemoor residents
  • If covid restrictions demand, may be via Zoom – check Seed website on the day
  • Any tier restrictions must be adhered to

Workshop 2

Thursday 8th April, 4pm – 6pm; online Zoom.  

Book here: 

You will need to have some old magazines, newspapers and/or old photos to cut up, glue stick, paper, scissors, phone or camera to photograph your work at the end of the session.

  • Booking priority given to Sedgemoor residents 

Slideshow with examples of what you could create:

Find more information about how to make a collage here

Submit your images

Use the form below to submit your images. When submitting your image, please name your files with the title and your name so we can credit each submission.