Suddenly it’s October, and Fun Palaces weekend is here. Since its invention in 2014, the Fun Palaces idea has burst
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.
Following yesterday’s post, here is Sajida Carr‘s presentation to ADESTE+. Following on from Francois talk there have aeons of activities
Murals were a cornerstone of the early community art movement. Between the 1960s and 1990s, hundreds were painted, mostly outdoors,
In the last post on this site, I wrote about the challenges that Covid-19 presents to anyone who makes community
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