Walk Create Gallery #3 at Glasgow University

Walking Publics/Walking Arts  is  a  research project  funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council  exploring the potential of the arts to sustain, encourage and more equitably support walking during and recovering from a pandemic. A broad selection of artworks about walking and art during the pandemic. Plenty to delve into on a rainy day –Continue reading “Walk Create Gallery #3 at Glasgow University”

Attention series No.1 : A weekend of digital festival experiences

Today’s writing follows a few days of online activity over the May bank holiday weekend, when I signed up  to virtually ‘attend’ two well-known festivals, both usually held in the picturesque town of Hay on Wye. No naming or shaming here, though it doesn’t take much to work out which festivals I am referring to.Continue reading “Attention series No.1 : A weekend of digital festival experiences”

If end of lockdown means the loss of access to fantastic cultural performances online, I don’t want it to end.

(copied from my other site http://www.flowprojects.org.uk) If end of lockdown means the loss of access to fantastic cultural performances online, I don’t want it to end. There’s a lot of learning going on as we adjust to our lockdown lives. We’re reflecting on what is important to us, and what isn’t. The wonderful array ofContinue reading “If end of lockdown means the loss of access to fantastic cultural performances online, I don’t want it to end.”