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Guest blog: Celebrating Volunteer Week 2019, Heather Morris, reflects on being a volunteer and concert manager at Wiltshire Music Centre

Guest blog: Celebrating Volunteer Week 2019, Heather Morris, reflects on being a volunteer and concert manager at Wiltshire Music Centre

  Wiltshire Music Centre was founded over 20 years ago by a group of local people who realised that there was a serious need for top quality performance and rehearsal areas in the area. Since then, the Centre has built a reputation as a professional, 300-seat concert hall presenting over 150 concerts a year, involving … Continue reading

Guest blog: GrowFlowShow – Anya Beaumont and Jo Taylor present new works for exhibition inspired by the architectural story of Corsham.

Guest blog: GrowFlowShow – Anya Beaumont and Jo Taylor present new works for exhibition inspired by the architectural story of Corsham.

Katie Ackrill, curator and Visual Arts Coordinator at The Pound, invited us to exhibit together as our respective work has a visual relationship and takes inspiration from architectural ornament. To start the conversation we arranged a series of “drawing dates” at Corsham Court, by kind permission of James Methuen-Campbell. During these sessions we worked in … Continue reading

Guest blog: Erlestoke Unearthed

Guest blog: Erlestoke Unearthed

“Miss, why are you here? Why are you bothering with us?” Half way through our project and one participant can’t get his head around the fact that a couple of historians, a theatre maker and a facilitator chose to come into a prison to work with a group of men on an archaeology and identity … Continue reading

Guest blog: Prudence Maltby writes about the concluding Cicatrix events at the end of its touring

Guest blog: Prudence Maltby writes about the concluding Cicatrix events at the end of its touring

Swindon and Montreal: These final exhibitions have been an opportunity to further expand the Cicatrix project, successfully reflecting the Commonwealth collaboration between the six artists on Salisbury Plain, honouring their compatriots who trained in this landscape to fight in WW1. For Montreal we each created a print version of the project for Montreal, Cicatrix Imprimé; … Continue reading