Bespoke, interactive, loose-parts, temporary, playable installations for all ages and abilities.
Amy Rose is a part-time lecturer on the BA Performing Arts and BA Musical Theatre courses at University Centre Weston (UCW)
A musical street show challenging cultural attitudes about childhood.
A Knowle West Media Centre project exploring the internet of things, urban data and citizen sensing.
(artist/ researcher and ‘critical friend’)
Reflective practice workshop for artists and performers.
(Workshop devisor and leader)
A performative, guided walk for residential neighbourhoods.
(Lead artist, performer)
Nation-wide action to reclaim residential streets and public spaces for play and social activity.
(Co-founder, director, artist in residence)
Outdoor, promenade performance project involving over forty design, acting, music and stage management students.
(Director and choreographer)
Welsh National Opera’s award-winning production of Tchaikovsky’s classic work.
(Puppetry devisor, performer, re-mount puppetry director)
A participatory place-making project to create a school library and launch events.
(Project director, facilitator, designer)
A participatory, street art installation exploring childhood memories of play.
An adaptable performance installation and film contemplating loss and extinction.
A visual theatre performance that collides the story of Peter and the Wolf with the seige of Stalingrad.
An unconventional bake sale and performance for domestic spaces.
(Writer/devisor, performer/host, designer, producer)