Consultancy & Workshops
Critical friends for intoBodmin’s social art programme.
Workshop and report on art, culture and and city centre development.
16 November 2019 – a presentation on The Common Line by Professor John Wylie for Landscape Citizenships symposium, London
15 September 2019 – presentation on The Common Line by Volkhardt Mueller for Situating the Groundwork Weekender, Milton Keynes Gallery.
9-11 April 2019. A presentation on The Common Line by Volkhardt Mueller and John Wylie for Approaching Estate, a collaboration between Sensing Site at Central Saint Martins and Furtherfield exploring the politics and ethics of fieldwork in art today.
Working with community organisations in Plymouth and Par Bay, Cornwall. Accompanying their journey into commissioning artists and artwork with their communities.
26 April 2018 16:00 – 18:00. A presentation on the concept of the Common Line at University of Cumbria Institute of the Arts. 13 July 2018 15:00-17. A public conversation on the themes and processes of the Common Line at University of Cumbria Institute of the Arts. Part of the Common Line fieldwork programme.
25 August 14:00-16:00. A public conversation event hosted in the Museum of Contemporary Commodities shop-gallery space at the RGS-IBG, discussing how the deep relations between data, trade, place and values are shaping our everyday lives and futures. With contributions from: MoCC co-founders Paula Crutchlow and Ian Cook, Senior V&A Curator Corrinna Gardner, Cultural Geographer Merle Patchett, Music Sociologist Lee Marshall, and researcher, publisher and curator D-M Withers.
20 & 21 May 2015 Exploring Data, Place, and Values in Finsbury Park with students from Central Saint Martins MA Narrative Environments at Furtherfield Commons.
Friday 13th May 2015 18:00. A public conversation event in conjunction with the exhibition Art-Articles by Konstantin Bayer and Museum of Contemporary Commodities project. Hosted by TOPOS Exeter and University of Exeter Geography Department.
13 September 2013. Private Views and Public Art. A public talk at RAMM about the making of This City’s Centre 1. Window, with Volkhardt Müller and Professor John Wylie.
31st January 2015 9.30-13:00. A presentation on This City’s Centre by Paula Crutchlow as part of i-audiences symposium – a discussion on the effect of communication technologies on the experiences and expectations of theatre audiences. University College Falmouth, Penyrn Campus.
12th January 2013. MoCC Thinkering Day, collectively exploring project themes and potential with invited contributors. Supported by REACT and AHRC at University of Exeter.
4th May 2012 9:00 (UK). Presentation on make-shift as part of ELMCIP Seminar on E-Literature with/in performance at Arnolfini, Bristol.
Animation and film making workshops and DVD commission made with looked after young people.
Presentation on Eudaimonia as part of the Cerebral and Experiential panel at (re)actor first live art symposium, Queen Mary’s University, London.
Seaton youth action consultancy, working with young film makers using video interviewing processes to consult local communities on plans for a new skate park in Seaton,. Commissioned by East Devon District Council.
17 Feb 2006. VANLAND caravan presenting young people’s work at the Devon Arts Forum, Dartington College of Arts, Totnes.
9 Feb 2005. A presentation and conversation with young people about film making in Devon for the Getting into Film and TV symposium, Exeter Phoenix Media Centre.
21 April 2005. Presentation at the Viewing in Alternative Spaces Panel, Interfaces Between Theory and Practice Film Symposium organised by the University of Exeter.
22 September 2005 NALGAO Arts Workers Conference, The Quay, Exeter.
13 Oct 2004. A presentation of the VANLAND caravan and young people’s films and process at thh All Aboard, Community Council of Devon, Social Inclusion Conference, Okehampton.
25 October 2004. Quality of Life conference, Leader+ Observatory Contact Point, Brussels.