Ruined House – an act of public reading – took place today between 10.45am and 11.45am on the Gateshead Millennium Bridge. The first of a new series of public interventions by dot to dot active arts CIC.
I repeatedly read ‘A Note on The Title’ from the appendices of Bleak House by Charles Dickens, 1853. … READ MORE
I was invited to talk about The New Rules Of Public Art at The Stove’s Parking Space event on Friday. Stayed around for some of Saturday too…
Amazing people. Great atmosphere and spirit. Nice art, films and participation. All in a disused but still open NCP multistorey car park in the heart of the Scottish town of Dumfries…
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This is my presentation for Paul Hamlyn ArtWorks North East ‘Pilots to Practice’ conference at BALTIC. I gave this as a PechaKucha – using a narrative performance style of delivery.
It’s about dot to dot active arts’ current project, ‘above ground level’, taking place in Blyth, Northumberland.
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As founder of dot to dot active arts CIC – a member organisation for socially engaged artists and arts workers that’s fiercely independent and always grassroots – I’m committed to working with communities and our artists to develop new ideas to mix art and life openly and honestly. We worked in Blyth, Northumberland last year, met loads of really interesting and desperately passionate people, did some great participatory art, revived empty shops. … READ MORE