Workshops for children and families at Llanover Hall and Wales Millennium Centre this summer. Participants learnt how to fold a little book in which to write and illustrate a story. Some children came with ideas for their story: a brother and sister brought along their favourite toys to be the protagonists, and one girl knew … Continue reading Little Books
In January, the company Loud Voices Silent Streets issued a call-out for short monologues (less than 6 minutes) based on the theme of Illusion. My piece originated from a consideration of themes in the ultimate play about illusion, The Tempest. I found the witch, Sycorax fascinating as she is a powerful presence in the play … Continue reading Voices From the Future
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
In collaboration with composer and sound artist, John Rea, I have submitted the first part of an observational audio journal piece that will be featured today as part of Digithon, an innovative online festival bringing people closer together in a time of social distancing. Delivered by Wales Arts Review, the festival is a rough and … Continue reading Digithon Festival
An old drugs trolley has been repurposed to dispense art making & utopian prescriptions. The trolley has been adapted and fitted with printmaking equipment including a set of brass letters to print words and phrases. Gail Howard and I are delivering pop-up printmaking and basket weaving sessions around the hospital. The aim of the project … Continue reading Get Well Cart
When I saw this a few months ago, I just knew I had to enter: The Female Gaze PLAY OPEN CALL I've long been a fan of the avant-garde film maker, Maya Deren, and here was the perfect excuse to revisit her work and life and turn it into a monologue. I was thrilled … Continue reading News!