Following on from a successful 2018, we were contacted by Octavia Hill museum in Wisbech. They enjoyed the Anthropocene exhibition and requested we show it at their museum. On learning of our Permission To Speak show, they chose to accept that also, opening on National Womens Day 8th March. Kezzabelle Ambler performed spoken word then accompanied me on a Women Of Wisbechs guided tour led by Octavia Hill’s owner Peter.
There’s nothing quite like the farm-to-table experience. The freshest food, locally grown and served sustainably. However, growing your own food and enjoying the fruits of your own labor is even more rewarding, and even If you live in the tiniest of apartments, you can still explore a range of home gardening option. Here, we take…
Precious Earth Art Collective collaborated with Bedfordshire Climate Change Forum to inform and entertain the public with a wonderful day of workshops, educational films,Spoken Word, Voice training and a Sound Improvisation Experience.
Kezzabelle Ambler – Weaving Words
Tonia Ward/Rebbeca Harvey-Butterfly Wishes
Julie Hoare/helen patent Clay
Pip Sadler-Zero Waste
Ant Sauchella-Finding Your Voice/Sound Improvisation
Permission To Speak: Paid In Full exhibition at The Basement At Bunyan Gallery was a huge success attracting attention from those that liked controversial social commentary including Pauline Stepney from Higgins Museum.
Looking for an idea for The Place Theatre’s ‘Over To You’ project, Pauline knew Precious earth Art Collective would be perfect for the venue. Collaborating with Friends Of Refugees, Nubian teachings and Global kitchens P E A C’s Amanda Caldon and Pauline Stepney created a unique event consisting of an art exhibition, arts and crafts workshops, choir, speakers, performance and poetry.