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A walk for Terminalia with Thread and Word

By way of an explanation, we will be celebrating Terminalia with Thread and Word in Seasalter through a walk with poetry readings ( you are welcome to bring a contribution) and the meditative knotting of ropes. I will supply the […]

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A walk for Terminalia with Thread and Word

Here a cement block which will be part of our walk in Seasalter celebrating the Roman God of Boundaries Terminus. Terminalia was an ancient Roman festival in honour of the god Terminus, who presided over boundaries. His statue was merely […]

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A Pocketful of Treasure

Rachel and I ran the first workshop along with Sam Orton our storyteller and Matt Voits  helped with sound, (currently doing a PHD at Nottingham University, and volunteers with a refugee group) on 16th June ’17, a warm sunny Friday […]

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Vår konst – Open studios ii

What I liked about the pace of visitors on Friday was that I was able to spend time with each of them. There was only one occasion when two groups overlapped. With the kind of work that I make, and […]

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Tree stories

What  a difference two weeks makes; the sun was out this time and the tulips were glorious; the magnolias were still in bloom with the bold shapes of their fallen petals covering the grass. I walked around taking photos again and was greeted by […]

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Two out of Nine

I have written a song about domestic violence. I worry about it though. I think it could be a good one. I think also that it could be an important inclusion in the final nine. So it had better be […]

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Knowing when you’re stupid

“I approach new projects with an attitude of openness and a willingness to embrace my own ignorance, a recognition of my own stupidity” John Wynne sound artist At the end of last month, I went to see photographer Peter Sanders […]

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There is no story that is not true

  ‘There is not story that is not true” Chinua Achebe Working with the parents group at Midland Road Children’s Centre in Manningham, Bradford over the past weeks, I’m struck by their fantastic stories.  They are full of banter and […]

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A List of Books

I was asked on Facebook to list the ten books that had had the biggest effect on me… As I read other people’s lists I became more and more intimidated, weighty tomes were peppered among worthy novels. There were the […]

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