I’ve got my head down working on developing projects for Here,  A Woman’s Place and a private sculptural commission at the moment. I’m also doing a lot of writing. More on all this soon.

Revolutionary Makers: Watch highlights from the Women of the World Festival in Hull here, where our mass craftivist installation –  designed to create conversations and actions around gender equality –  launched as part of Hull City of Culture.  See me talking about it on video here and listen to an interview with me as part of the  Radio 4 Woman’s Hour panel live in Hull during the event here.  I also talked about this project at  38 Degrees Live, Lewes after the event and ran a Craftivism starter workshop in Lewes, UK which I will be doing more of, more info here. More on craftivism in the UK here.

I am Associate Research Fellow at Birkbeck Centre for Contemporary Theatre, University of London for the next three years. I am working on a new book/ performance, watch this space for details of occasional readings / performances coming up in early summer as part of its development.

Portraits of Dreamers (brush-pen portraits ) direct commissions continue to be available here.

A selection of my sculptural work toured the UK /Scotland recently as part Tall Tales touring.  Details here. Listen here on Soundcloud to my performance recital of ‘Mother Tongue’ (at the premiere of Tall Tales)  – a newly written work inspired by one of my sculptures on show and the life events behind it.

Read my Library Shelf online hosted by art and writing publishers Akerman Daly, connected to the Tall Tales tour.

Archived speaking events /podcasts / other :

In conversation with Philosopher Sacha Golob (Kings College) as part of a series of Visual Arts and Philosophy Salons at Fernandez and Wells, Somerset House, London. Podcast here

In conversation at the Stuart Hall Library at INIVA with Dr Christine  Checinska -Shaw. Listen here. (scroll to bottom for file)

On Radio 4 Midweek with Libby Purves, talking about gift, debt, art and  birth alongside Satish Kumar, Brian Blessed and the male midwife Mark Harris.  Listen to the programme on Iplayer here.

Burning The Books : Our film documenting the project tour, is online on vimeo – watch here.  Funded by Arts Council England.

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