Performance poet Martin Daws and I did a workshop for LIterature Wales with excluded pupils. They were great and worked really hard for us at generating poetry in response to a line from Dylan Thomas, drawing to music by Busnoys and then making both a book and a...
See my new video of drawings made on an iPad live in response to Busnoys performing on my Artworks page. The drawings were projected on a screen above the musicians as they played. Music with permission of Martin Pyne and Busnoys.
Cerebellium 2014 was an immersive theatre experience. I painted the action live while Professor Guillaume Thierry, playing Professor Kurtz, explained the workings of his ‘brain in the vat’. The brain communicated through music to scientists and friends....
I was invited to present my paper Learning to Dance on the Page as part of the International Drawing Conference in Porto, Portugal on 1 June 2013. The two day conference had Drawing in the University Today as its theme. The conference was a great success with many...
I have just received a letter to tell me that I have been nominated to receive one of the annual Action for Children’s Arts Members’ Awards in recognition of the contribution my work makes to the enrichment of children’s lives through the arts. The...
3D – dance, art and music collaboration at Ruthin Craft Centre with NEW Dance, Maria Hayes and Daniel Weaver. Over three days, the artists facilitate a group of young people to make a dance, art and music performance piece in response to the current exhibition...
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