Just back in having put the finishing touches to hanging the images from Cross Green Growing Together work at the make-shift theatre that will house the Red Ladder Theatre Company production of The Shed Crew. It’s a world premier of a play based on the best selling novel Urban Grimshaw and the Shed Crew, based in east end of Leeds. The theatre is a disused warehouse – the area where the pictures hang will be a theatre foyer and bar by 7 o’clock this evening!!! To read more click on the post title or image.
There is a saying about buses, that you wait for hours for one to come along then two come at once. In this case I’ve been working on ideas for regional exhibitions under the umbrella of Unlikely Heroes for a while but with not much to show for it, now suddenly four exhibitions have been agreed for this coming Autumn! To read more click on the post title or image.
The book of the ‘Feeding Body and Soul’ blog story is now available! It documents over 70 visits with a double page spread for each visit and in so doing traces the calender year across the various locations. In total, there are150 full colour pages plus guest Foreword and essay. Order here!!! To read more click on the post title or image.
I am delighted to post a short note which says that Dean Clough Galleries in Halifax (West Yorkshire) will be the location for the first public exhibition of work from the ‘Feeding Body and Soul’ project. Formal opening will be 12 noon to 2:00 pm on Saturday 11th February 2017…To read more click on the post title or image.
A few observant people have noticed that there doesn’t seem to have been a posting on ‘Feeding Body and Soul’ for a little while – well like a several months! Apologies for that, wasn’t the intention, but had a few problems which I hadn’t anticipated! To read more click on the post title or image.
I raised the issue of the ethics of dairy farming in the last post. I came down in favour of farms like Gazegill near Clitheroe, but as several respondents pointed out, there is still some practice which might be better avoided if possible. So, how about slaughter free dairy farming? ……………..click on the post title or image to find out more..