Breaking Bread

Breaking Bread thumbnailBreaking Bread celebrates bread in its many forms. To break bread with an individual or a group of people is not only to share food with them, it also carries the implication of friendship, and finding trust, confidence and comfort in each other.
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How was it for you?

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As we know, 2020 was a very strange year with many people suffering loss and limitations, whilst at the same time being enriched by unexpectedly humble things. Read more…

My Strange New World

ThumbnailIn May 2020 I invited my household, my neighbours and some people I was in touch with online to contribute to a participatory mapping project called ‘My Strange New World”. Read more…

Deep and digital: creative participatory sessions with Maynooth University

ThumbnailIn June I led two participatory creative sessions for Maynooth University. The plan had originally been for me to deliver them in person, but as this was not possible I suggested doing them online. I wasn’t sure how successful this approach would be, but together we discoverd that it is perfectly feasible to make and share creative practice in this way. Read more…

Photos on phones

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The women who come to my groups at Speedwell Children’s Centre have been magnificent in fitting in work around their caring commitments, developing their teaching skills, and keeping their families on an even emotional keel.
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