Project Update

The last few weeks have been quite busy: a workshop in Nottingham, an almost-workshop in Cardiff and the planning of workshops in Leeds, Milton Keynes, Newcastle and Southampton (I’m working on the last two currently).

While doing this, I have come across bizarre things such as swirling houses, noodle atoms, x-ray messaging, levitating frogs and fun things to do with cornstarch & custard!

I have also just been alerted to a number of up-coming ‘theme exhibitions’. First of all, there is an exhibition at Milton Keynes Gallery of Gilberto Zorio’s work from 18 October which I must see, because it’s about energy & elements. And the super/collider has waved images of Simon Norfolk’s ‘Full Spectrum Dominance’ exhibition (at the Michael Hoppen Gallery until 17 November) under my nose, so I have to go! Ah, and Geography’s very own Jan Smith (thank you!) has pointed me into the direction of Salcey Forest to see Linda Johns’ quantum physics inspired sculptures (last opportunity for a guided walk is on 28 December 2008)!
So thankfully, there is no shortage of engagement out there…

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