street flowers

This walk was organised as a part of the Community Media Applications and Participation programme (COMAPP). It began at 5.30 am outside the Media Centre on St. Peter's Campus. The reason for starting so early was to enable us to catch the dawn chorusFrom the Media Centre, we walked along the north bank of the River Wear, over the Queen Alexander Bridge, then along the south bank of the river, crossing the Wearmouth Bridge, finishing at the Glass Centre with breakfast in the pod.

This walk was organised as a part of the Community Media Applications and Participation programme (COMAPP). It began at 5.30 am outside the Media Centre on St. Peter's Campus. The reason for starting so early was to enable us to catch the dawn chorusFrom the Media Centre, we walked along the north bank of the River Wear, over the Queen Alexander Bridge, then along the south bank of the river, crossing the Wearmouth Bridge, finishing at the Glass Centre with breakfast in the pod.

Sound Walk

This circular walk with natural historian Keith Bowey started at the National Glass Centre in Sunderland at 7.30 am. It meandered along the banks of the River Wear, crossing the Wearmouth and Queen Alexandra Bridges before finishing at the National Glass Centre at 11.30am, celebrating the diversity of flora and fauna within our urban environment, linking it to the hidden histories of past social and industrial activity.

 

This circular walk with natural historian Keith Bowey started at the National Glass Centre in Sunderland at 7.30 am. It meandered along the banks of the River Wear, crossing the Wearmouth and Queen Alexandra Bridges before finishing at the National Glass Centre at 11.30am, celebrating the diversity of flora and fauna within our urban environment, linking it to the hidden histories of past social and industrial activity.

 

AV Festival

This work (Street Flowers - Urban Survivors of the Privileged Land)  was pasted onto a billboard near the Vaux Brewery Site in Sunderland as a part of CIVIC - the first International festival of billboard art organised by the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art.

This work (Street Flowers - Urban Survivors of the Privileged Land)  was pasted onto a billboard near the Vaux Brewery Site in Sunderland as a part of CIVIC - the first International festival of billboard art organised by the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art.

CIVIC

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