Take a look at my most recent work
SEEDS OF CHANGE
Project Assistant, Co-Ordinator and Director
‘Seeds of Change’ – a Community Environmental Arts project based in Toxteth, Liverpool. I assisted in the delivery of this project including management and administration. I also facilitated sessions with community groups to create a public art installation made from recycled materials. The installation was revealed at a Community Event including arts and environmental workshops, and the 'Now or Never' Physical Theatre performance.
'Now or Never' was the Physical Theatre project about Climate Change for young women that ran in parallel to Seeds of Change. I was responsible for co-ordinating the project and Assistant Directing the performance by leading workshops and devising processes. The performance was titled 'Now or Never' and was performed at the Seeds of Change Community Event.
FIGHT FOR THE FUTURE
Artist and Facilitator
'Fight for The Future' was an online creative project working with young people from the Wirral, Merseyside, creatively exploring activism and campaigning against environmental issues.
My role included facilitating online creative workshops with the young people, leading the making of creative material, and supporting the young people in devising their Social Action Campaign.
Click on the image to watch the Pilgrim Street Activists' Podcast.
Producer and Artist
‘First Times’ was a collaborative project for Skein Collective responding to the theme ‘First Times’. We worked in small teams to create a series of digital work, published online.
Click on the image to view our response 'First Times in the Arts'.
LIFE IN STATIC
Producer and Artist
‘Life in Static’ is a curation of digital responses to COVID-19, created by the Tmesis’ Wicked Women. I produced this project, mentored by Claire Bigley (Tmesis Producer), and created a response in collaboration with The Belvedere Centre (service for adults with additional needs).
Click on the image to view my response created with the Belvedere Centre - 'How do we stay connected?'