Participatory Projects

A workshop based peripatetic land art project working with a large range of participants, in playgroups and public, to construct scarecrow sculptures from recycled materials. The event concluded in a celebratory land art event on after a week of preparation in Holme Styes Wood, Holmfirth.

Working with 12 different community groups around a 72 mile circular walk on a year long community based sequence of creative events., documenting activities and constructing a ‘cultural map’ of the Kirklees Way and culminating in a special launch event.

still from Puppet video

Work with Kirklees Youth Justice. During structured sessions we worked together with participants to create a unique video programme telling their own story.

A series of workshops in 10 schools in North Kirklees on the theme of crime.

A fresh air event for 400 nature, art and picnic lovers. The environmental arts project began in a series of Playscheme workshops and led up to a public land art event day with participatory activities - a celebratory land art event on after a week of preparation in Holme Styes Wood, Holmfirth.

Evidence Room Batley

A dual screen kinetic video installation commissioned by Leeds Metropolitan University Gallery. With inflatable furniture, a mechanical table and a digital angel, in addition to giant manipulated photo images (Paul Grundy) and a visitors ‘confession Booth.

School session

20 intense participatory sessions reaching over 500 people in Kirklees mostly in schools, but also Youth clubs, a pub and the Kirklees Media Centre. The sessions looked at both how we produced the videos and it explored responses to crime – i.e. both content and form.

still from Puppet video

We worked with 20 offenders and victims of crime through Victims Support, the Probation Service, Youth Justice and others. During day-ong structured sessions we worked together to produce a short puppet video telling their story.

A fresh air event for 400 nature, art and picnic lovers. The environmental arts project began in a series of Playscheme workshops and led up to a public land art event day with participatory activities.

Retail events in Shopping Centres transforming empty shops in Dewsbury, Rawtenstall and Leicester into a cross between a gallery, a performance arena and a shop of other peoples shoe’s. In collaboration with Those Environmental Artists.

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Fri 22/03/2013

When should we smile for the camera? Portraits have been one of the main subjects of photography since the earliest days of it's invention. Even...

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