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Words and pictures: using art and text as a tool for exploration and performance

September 1

It is a different way of exploring and seeing. It is an experiment. Much of my work is in primary schools, using drama as a tool to engage children in their learning. Over the years my practice has developed to include a wide range of creative...

Tableau luminescence

September 1

The contrivance of pencil and performers proved to be a productive session. This was a mini adventure of collaboration that crossed grade levels and curriculum. It was a combination of grade 5 art students from elementary and grade 6 theatre...

When relativity met creativity

September 1

we travelled to the Escher museum to be immersed in his work As a student growing up in the very expressive town of Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, England, it was almost impossible to not have a creative passion and mine starts with a deep...

If I can get it to Saudi Arabia…

September 1

we are always being influenced by each other All art has a stimulus, a starting point, an idea made flesh. Whether it’s an oil painting, a ceramic pot, a photograph or a piece of script. We know that inspiration and influence is around us in...

A not so still life – an interview with Sue MacLaine

September 1

we can tell a hundred different versions of our life story depending on our audience Sue MacLaine is a Brighton-based theatre-maker, performer and playwright. In her show Still life: an audience with Henrietta Moraes audiences are given sketch...

ISTA – a personal perspective

May 1

They became my family - when I was away from mine. My first ISTA festival proved to be an opening to a whole new world when I ventured off to my first festival ten years ago. I had just started my first international school position in a small...