Arts Activity Project at How Hill, Norfolk 1986
A residency at How Hill Education Centre on the Norfolk Broads.
Celebrating Local Places – Reydon, Wrentham, Holton and St James South Elmham, Suffolk 1986
Six-week courses were held in four Suffolk villages where local people were invited to come and create new work inspired by aspects of the local vernacular architecture or local themes. At the end one-day exhibitions displayed the work created.
The Swans – Beccles, 1988
A three -week project for The Broads Authority, with workshops for local people.
Project for Visually Impaired People – Beccles, 1989
The Castle Keeps Secrets … And the Sea Told Tales – Bungay and Lowestoft, Suffolk 1990
Alston Moor Animated Trail, Cumbria 1990
A residency involving work with local children and adults to create a promenade performance inspired by Cartamandua, the last Queen of the Brigantes, whose appeal to the Romans for help against an uprising led to her own downfall and the conquest of Northern England. It began at the Seven Sisters Waterfall and was partly designed to encourage people to consider what local pathways meant to them as individuals and a community.
Midwinter Celebration of Fire and Ice – Bungay, 1991
During January and February local people were invited to get involved in making lanterns and fire and ice effects, singing and playing fire and ice songs and music or telling fire and ice stories, all of which culminated in a fire and ice lantern procession around Bungay town centre, with atmospheric performances en route.
Flights of Imagination -Thornham, Suffolk 1991
A residential short course in environmental arts for environmental educators and interpreters .
Scottish Animated Trail 1991
Water Wheels – Bungay 1992