Family Arts Conference 2017

Family Arts Conference 2017

I had the recent good fortune to be able to attend the recent Family Arts Conference at St. George’s and Watershed, Bristol on 15 March 2017 (#FAcon17) as part of Theatre Bristol’s new artist agent initiative.  The sunny day provided a warm welcome for an impressive turnout of sector professionals from across the UK.   Adeptly […]

Artist’s Workspace in Bristol

Posted on Sep 10, 2015 in news, resources for artists

Puppet Place, where I am based, currently has spaces available.  The building is situated on Bristol’s historic Harbourside within easy walking distance of the city centre and key cultural organisations. Puppet Place offers workspace for artists and creatives including puppeteers, prop makers, graphic designers, filmmakers and others. The building is a lively and lovely hub […]

Brenda Waite’s Flummery Room

Posted on Apr 23, 2015 in news, resources for artists
Brenda Waite’s Flummery Room

Great news! Brenda Waite is currently teaching in Bristol at the Dance Space at The Island on Nelson Street, Bristol.  I highly recommend her sessions. She is a really gifted performance maker and is one of my favourite teachers– even without the bunny ears (which she does not wear in class, I promise!). I continue […]

Artists as leaders event; Create Gloucestershire

What can be learned from arts practices in the context of social and political leadership?  Can artists provide/propose new models for leadership?  These are just a few of the questions I and others were considering when invited to give a talk at Create Gloucestershire‘s recent birthday celebrations with the theme Artists as Leaders.  The panel […]