1.5 Degrees of Concern showing at ‘Rule 42 Stretched Language’ exhibition at the Bonita Museum and Cultural Center, California

This month, 6 Nov to 3 Dec ’21, visitors to the Bonita Museum and Cultural Centre near San Diego can see an interactive art and sound installation, 1.5 Degrees of Concern, which I worked on in collaboration with Kristine Diekman, Professor of Art, Media and Design at California State University, and Lisa Mansfield, conservator atContinue reading “1.5 Degrees of Concern showing at ‘Rule 42 Stretched Language’ exhibition at the Bonita Museum and Cultural Center, California”

Moths to a Flame – Redgrave and Lopham Fen

Lots of interest in the moths on display and conversations about climate change. Here are some pictures of moth-making activities for the installation in Glasgow Botanical Gardens. Next sessions are: Family drop-in Carlton Marshes Saturday 11th September  1.30 to 3.30pm  Family drop-in  Lackford Lakes Sunday 12th September 10.30am to 12.30pm   Family drop-in Holywells Park Ipswich Saturday morning 25th September –Continue reading “Moths to a Flame – Redgrave and Lopham Fen”

Mike Davies Innovation Scholarship

I’m really excited to have been awarded the Mike Davies Innovation Scholarship for my project When We Touch Again. When We Touch Again is a participatory art project promoting community and wellbeing through bringing students together online to create interactive glass objects which generate audio stories when touched.   It develops from my PhD research onContinue reading “Mike Davies Innovation Scholarship”

GAS virtual conference

I am looking forward to attending the Glass Art Society’s (Virtual) Conference starting tomorrow, 21 -23 May 2020, taking place online instead of in Sweden, due to Covid. There are live demos and recorded presentations and panel discussions alongside online exhibitions. Events are free to join here GAS vituaI conference I produced two of theContinue reading “GAS virtual conference”