The Youngwummin project encouraged groups of young people across Scotland to find out about the Scottish young women who lived during the First World War.
Five youth groups researched the impact of the war on Scotland's young women and creatively expressed what they had learned. A dance group from Dundee, named 'Shaper/Caper', choreographed and performed a dance sequence with pupils at Braeview Academy to represent their research.
Young male and female dancers, dressed in wartime costume, performed the dance on location at Broughty Ferry Castle in Dundee. The performance expressed the group's reflections on the Scottish women who worked hard to sustain activity in Scotland as the war took its toll.
Inspiration for the dance sequence came from a book entitled 'War Girls' which is compiled of short stories by Adèle Geras and other authors, focussing on the changing lives and experiences of women living in wartime.