- key practice

Symbols |  Flickr images link  | Other links (Blurb, Issuu)
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KEY Themes (links to Flickr collections):
Exhibitions | Residencies | Performance
School projects | Bookish Things | Archive Interventions |

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KEY Projects:
- Tell it to the Water | 2016 | residency, socially engaged, film
- The Homeless Library | 2015-16 | workshops, exhibition
- Working Lives, Working Together | 2015-16 | residency, socially engaged, performance, walks
- Fort Walney Uncovered | 2014-16 |  | residency, socially engaged, workshop, exhibition
- Dementia and Imagination | 2014-17 |  | research, performance, exhibition
- Trading History: Tontine St Helens | 2014 |  | socially engaged, workshop
- Super Slow Way | 2013-14 |  | socially engaged
- Inspired Responses | 2013-14 |  | workshop, exhibition
- At the Edge of DarknessCollaborative Space | 2013 |  | workshop, performance
- stonepaperwater, and us | 2013 |  | performance, intervention
- Thirty Instruments Loaned by Ladies | 2013 |   socially engaged, performance, exhibition
- Sharing our History for Purple Flag | 2013 |  project lead
- The Miners Cathedral | 2013 |  | workshop, exhibition, socially engaged
- Archiving the Little Things, Bright Beginnings | 2013-14 |  | socially engaged, residency
- sh(r)edding: in-situ in-residence in-pendle | 2013 |  | socially engaged, residency, workshop
- Looking at the Gates of Paradise, Collaborative Space | 2012 |  | project, performance
- The Bright Unknown, Collaborative Space | 2012 |  | project, workshop, performance
- Playful Order | 2010 |  solo exhibition
- Scratch the Surface, Dig a Little Deeper | 2009 |  |  residency
- Exploring Halton's Collections | 2008-2010 |   multi-project, multi-disciplinary
- Real People | 2008  intervention
- Sharing History: Stockton Heath Primary | 2006-2008 |  residency, socially engaged, exhibition

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