CASBA Advocacy, St Laurence Pastoral Centre,173 Church Road, Northfield, Birmingham, B31 2LX
Working with CASBA users prior to the ‘Very Civil’ Rights March to develop banner / placards campaigning against cuts to the mental health service.
Fox Hollies Forum, Greenwood Avenue, Birmingham, UK
Blakesley Hall, Blakesley Rd, Birmingham B25 8RN, UK
Curation of an alternative Apple Day, featuring the Apple Store, Cherry-Minder & Black Butter making.
The Mill Walk, Birmingham, UK
LED cycle ride.
Birmingham B66 2PF
Digitising Dave Swingle's archive.
Soho House, Soho Avenue, Birmingham, UK
Handsworth Coin Competition
Kings Heath Community Centre, 8 Heathfield Rd,, Birmingham B14 7DB
Ladywood Health and Community Centre, St Vincent St W, Birmingham B16 8RP
58 Great Western Cl, Birmingham B18 4QF, UK
Druids Heath Library, Idmiston Croft, Birmingham B14 5NJ, UK
An ice cream van playing the ‘L’Internationnale’ – swap your poems for ice cream and enjoy the communism of the senses. Based on a concept by Robert Grose.
Lolly is theft! Mind that Comrade!
St Anne's Catholic Primary School, Bosworth Drive, Chelmsley Wood, B37 5DP
Oral history training programme for school pupils & interviewing of playworkers/volunteers from Meriden adventure playground.
University Of Birmingham School, 12 Weoley Park Rd, Birmingham B29 6LL, UK
Research workshop based around totem pole building that assisted Prof Peter Kraftl with his research into plastic childhoods.
Seven Streets Pocket Park, Clifton Rd, Balsall Heath, Birmingham B12, UK
Developing project for The Active Well-Being Society that develops the park as a social space. Developing raised beds for growing, engaging local residents & associated programme of activity.
Braithwaite Road, Birmingham, UK
Digital trail featuring former playworker Geoff Gaisford. Installation of sign commemorating playground.
Cannon Hill Road, Balsall Heath, Birmingham B12 9NW, UK
Balsall Heath has an unlikely history of Surrealism, with English surrealist Conroy Maddox living in the area during the late 1940s and early 1950s. The ‘Decorate Your House Competition: Surreal Theme’ was open to anyone in Balsall Heath and judged by Dr Stephen Forcer, a specialist in Surrealism from Birmingham University. The winning entries formed a surreal house trail across the local area as part of the biennale.
Handsworth Park, Holly Rd, Handsworth, Birmingham B20 2BY, UK
Information: Playwright Liz Mytton was commissioned to write three new 'urban mummers plays' which were performed by a troupe of actors at Simmerdown Festival.
Kings Heath Library, High Street, King's Heath, Birmingham, UK
Pre-Wassail workshop at local library where people made props to enable them to take part in the Wassail performance.. The library formed the start of a parade that went through Highbury Park to the community orchard.