Watch brilliant new film by Emily Richardson Laurens and collaborators, charting the development of a new piece of work destined for the outdoors – ‘Madam Balwn’.
In November 2015 Articulture and 6 Wales based artists attended the Independent Street Arts Network (ISAN) Biennial Conference.
The ISAN Conference is a meeting point for everyone involved with outdoor arts across the UK, from artists, directors, technicians and producers, through to representatives from local authorities, agencies, venues, strategic initiatives and national funding bodies
Below is reflections from one of the artists who took part, Justin Cliffe from Tin Shed Theatre. This blog originally appeared on Tin Shed’s website, where you can find out more about their work.
Ee by gum ya.
Translation from Incorrect-Brutal-Northern-Stereotyped-Phonetics to Boring-Normal-English:
I’ve just spent the past three days up North in the beautiful, vibrant, bustling, industrial, interesting, historic-like, rock n roll, cream phone boxed, founded-on-whaling, gritty city of Hull!