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Making time and space: Art Club

For a while in my life, I’ve been trying to work out how to get more space and time to make art. By that I mean, just to make – for the act of making stuff, for the sake of

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Making time and space: Art Club

For a while in my life, I’ve been trying to work out how to get more space and time to make art. By that I mean, just to make – for the act of making stuff, for the sake of

Parks and people: innovative participation in public urban green space.

Following an award of a Winston Churchill Travel Fellowship in 2016, I travelled to Germany and North America to explore innovative participation in public urban green space. My research focused on urban parks and green space in relation to public

Parks and people: innovative participation in public urban green space.

Following an award of a Winston Churchill Travel Fellowship in 2016, I travelled to Germany and North America to explore innovative participation in public urban green space. My research focused on urban parks and green space in relation to public

Making: a postcard from which everything else comes

I recently took part in a Somerset Art Works project, Prospectus. Prospectus is a pilot project to create an alternative form of art school for the dispersed art community of Somerset. The project started with a small group of artists

Making: a postcard from which everything else comes

I recently took part in a Somerset Art Works project, Prospectus. Prospectus is a pilot project to create an alternative form of art school for the dispersed art community of Somerset. The project started with a small group of artists

‘After Industry’ – art about humans and nature on show in Detroit, USA.

“As the Trump administration continues to shift public attention away from climate science, the Wasserman Projects gallery space in Detroit is putting on a topical group exhibition that explores humanity’s disregard for and attempts to master the natural world. After Industry, which

‘After Industry’ – art about humans and nature on show in Detroit, USA.

“As the Trump administration continues to shift public attention away from climate science, the Wasserman Projects gallery space in Detroit is putting on a topical group exhibition that explores humanity’s disregard for and attempts to master the natural world. After Industry, which

Metal at Edge Hill Station

Originally posted on These Days:
This interview is part of a study exploring community use of railway buildings. The final report will be available later this spring, published by ACoRP and the Rail Development Group. The study was led by Professor…

Metal at Edge Hill Station

Originally posted on These Days:
This interview is part of a study exploring community use of railway buildings. The final report will be available later this spring, published by ACoRP and the Rail Development Group. The study was led by Professor…