The Principle of Inclusion


"Anyone may be a part of FIGMENT; no prerequisites exist for participation except willingness to work and play. We welcome and respect the stranger." one of FIGMENT's 11 Principles

We get participants from several cities (and even other countries!) to join our work and play. All are welcome.

Hannah, from Derby (a birthplace of the Industrial Revolution) above, and Kim, from Ontario (which brings us wonderful things like Ryan Gosling and Niagara Falls) below.

Photos: Art No Food Photography

15-17 April 2016

ALPHA is an event for everyone who creates. ALPHA is a place to experiment and try new things... a place to launch new projects, to collaborate, to improve and refine existing projects, to dive in and create something new and unexpected, to reinvent yourself completely as an creator.

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    commented 2024-05-21 23:35:58 -0400
    Join in work and play
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    commented 2024-05-17 05:54:13 -0400
    I think that a digital break is a good idea because it will help us teens get outside and talk to each other as people
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    commented 2024-01-14 23:17:57 -0500
    The expressions in the photos look really funny.
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    commented 2023-11-30 22:12:08 -0500
    The pictures look really funny.
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    commented 2019-04-03 07:56:14 -0400
    Pixel gun 3d hack is a 1st individual shooting competition game. An FPS (first person shooter) is a fun video game surrounded by weapons and many other weapons.
  • commented 2018-01-05 05:39:26 -0500
    Haha the photos. Thank you for sharing the post!
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    commented 2016-09-16 07:07:55 -0400
    Hah, funny pictures. Creative people are so unpredictable in their works, the way they dress and how they act. I would love to come and have at least a few minutes to exchange views with creative people. But the way, if writer at, I believe I am creative too, right?