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MK Gallery Artist in Residence 2016

During 2016 James will be leading on a new contemporary art and outdoor learning project for the MK Gallery in Milton Keynes, The Green Town Group, as their Artist in Residence.

The residency will see James working with local families and schools, supporting them in their explorations of Milton Keynes' green spaces. See the MK Gallery website/blog, and James's blog for further developments and updates throughout the year.

James will be curating an exhibition sharing work made during his residency at the MK Gallery Project Space, to open in February 2017. More details to follow.

History of Place, Bristol

James will be running workshops this Autumn with local people exploring the site and the history of The Guild of the Brave Poor Things in Bristol.

'History of Place is a nationally important social history programme that charts the lives of deaf and disabled people from the middle ages until the late 20th Century. History of Place will explore and animate eight built heritage sites, unveiling the stories of the people who inhabited or designed these places...'

For more information on History of Place, go to

Schools Without Walls, Bath

James will be working with Bath based primary schools during the 2016/17 academic year as part of this groundbreaking creative learning initiative.

'School without Walls is a radical creative education project devised and delivered in partnership with the egg theatre and St Andrew’s C of E Primary School.'

See here for more information on Schools Without Walls.

Residency at Hawkwood College

James has been invited to carry out a 2 week residency at Hawkwood College, nr Stroud during March 2017, using his arts practice to investigate the local landscape, its ecology and history.

'Hawkwood is an ethical centre providing courses, facilitating training and offering venue hire, set in a beautiful location in the Cotswolds...'

See here for information on the work of Hawkwood College.