Cynefin: In the Gallery

Work from the Cynefin project is being exhibited in Llandough hospital until the end of August. The gallery co-ordinator, Molly Lewis and I arranged the paintings and photographs onto four boards and hung them in the corridor of the hospital where they can be seen by staff, patients and visitors as they pass through. It's … Continue reading Cynefin: In the Gallery

Dance and Film: Cynefin – Week Five

This week, dancer, actor and teacher, June Campbell-Davies came in to work with the children on our Cynefin Project along with Marcus and Nick from Redbrck Production Company. Following introductions, June told the class about her parents' experience of coming from Grenada in the West Indies to the UK post-war, part of a Dance Troupe … Continue reading Dance and Film: Cynefin – Week Five

Cynefin

"This is the place where we feel we belong, where the people and landscape around us are familiar, and the sights and sounds are reassuringly recognisable. Though often translated as 'habitat', cynefin is not just a place in a physical or geographical sense: it is the historic, cultural and social place which has shaped and … Continue reading Cynefin

In:Flux – Audio Journal Series

Here is the second instalment of In:Flux, an audio journal observing life in lockdown. It is made in collaboration with sound artist and composer, John Rea, and featured on Wales Arts Review. Wales Arts Review brings you part 2 of a series of observational journals during a time of national lockdown, from John Rea and Sarah Featherstone. Part two … Continue reading In:Flux – Audio Journal Series