I am looking up at the third floor window of number 36 – smaller than the windows below. We know there is a window seat inside. It’s where the midwife sat, almost 18 years ago, as our daughter Hannah gave birth to Rosa May, her second child, at 6am on a clear spring morning.
Murals were a cornerstone of the early community art movement. Between the 1960s and 1990s, hundreds were painted, mostly outdoors,
A couple of weeks ago, I published a text on the ethics of participatory art by Arlene Goldbard on A
When I invited Arlene Goldbard to take up this virtual residency, it seemed a simple idea, and so it has
Welcome to Arlene Goldbard’s virtual residency on ‘A Restless Art’, in which she will share her thinking about the values
At the beginning of the year, The Lawnmowers premièred the movie that we’ve been working on. I wrote about how