Avon Wildlife Trust have invited Tessa Fitzjohn Producer and Sarah Rhys Artist to lead a slow walk across Brandon Hill as part of the Festival of Nature on May 27 2014.
KAF is an annual celebration of international arts and culture, taking place in the unique setting of a historic seaside town. Churches, forts and harbours are transformed into temporary homes for theatre, music, literature and visual art. Previous commissions include large-scale works by Brian O’Doherty and Anya Gallaccio.
Kinsale Arts Festival celebrates the Tenth Anniversary in 2014. Renewing our focus on the creation of new visual and interdisciplinary work. Programme launch July 2014.
2011 – 2012
Eight artists commissions in a unique seventeenth century garden. The commissions will be inspired by the place, its survival and history. A supporting programme of live art and interaction will include curatorial tours, performance and four additional arts and heritage commissions with Ham Youth Centre, Ham Multi-cultural Women’s Group, Ham United Group and the International Youth Arts Festival to research little known histories to create information new visitors. Garden of Reason has been awarded grants from Arts Council England and Heritage Lottery Fund.
Alexandra da Cunha
Garden of Reason Catalogue
Ham House & Garden
Five art commissions for supported housing
Laura Ford Bevan House garden
Seamus Staunton Earls Court Loop
Common Room Productions
(DIY customize, DIY Garden, DIY Publish). A project made for 64 Campbell Road, London E3 from March-May 2007, by Ella Gibbs in collaboration with residents, staff and invited guests.
Commissioner National Trust
Role: Adviser on use of buildng, process of selection and selection criteria and funding.
Public Art commission Seeds of Change/Ballast Seed Garden
Role Associate Producer, External Projects, Arnolfini
Artist Maria Thereza Alves
Steering group/partners: Bristol City Council; Bristol University Botanic Garden; the Create Centre; Cycle City, Sustrans; Bristol Museum and Bristol Records Office.
The project will form part of the cultural offer of the Harbourside. Conceptually relevant to the hidden histories of Bristol’s Maritime past, and a permanent reminder of Bristol’s Maritime trading history. Seeds of Change opened in June 2012, as a floating Ballast Seed Garden celebrating the Cultural Olympics.
Andromeda Artist Simon Periton commissioner Linden Homes PLC Arts Consultant Tessa Fitzjohn