Press: Jan 2019

‘Why Art Thrives in “In-Between” Spaces’ - Edward Liddle for Elephant Magazine.

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June 2018

'Wish You Were Here'

'Diverse representation: Engaging with the politics, culture and heritage of home', Barbican Centre.

In this introductory session and discussion Kerry Campbell will share her experiences of working regionally, discussing the urgency of culturally investing in where you live as well as the political and economic challenges of this approach. In a creative climate characterised by precarity and economic instability Campbell, will foreground collective organisation and counter-institutional practices as pragmatic and often necessary approaches, sharing creative curatorial strategies and ideas for mixed economy funding.

As part of 'PANIC! It's an arts emergency', an afternoon of panel discussions and conversation, hosted by 'Create London' to reflect on a new report investigating inequalities in the creative industries.

Read full report: Here

Mark Titchner's 'Beacon': Photo Credit Aleksandra Warchol

Mark Titchner's 'Beacon': Photo Credit Aleksandra Warchol

April 2018

A reflection on the potential future of public art in Luton.

(commissioned by Luton Culture as part of the ‘As You Change’ project)

‘..it is now crucial to move beyond references solely to the town’s industrial past..’

film, april 2018

HIVE 2018

Building on the local momentum of collective, counter-institutional organisation, ‘HIVE’ invited creative practitioners from Luton and further afield to consider how their creative practice has positively sustained and evolved against a backdrop of austerity, political instability and burgeoning inequality. 

HIVE is an experiment in dynamic co-production, colliding contemporary dance, art and music, kindly supported by Luton Arts Fund. The project of two parts was launched in April 2018 at Little Red Creative Studios, Luton with its second iteration at Theatre Deli - The Old Library, London. Produced in collaboration with creative director Julia Cheng of House of Absolutethe project supports an ongoing joint ambition to profile local artists, celebrate the town’s diversity and facilitate opportunities for experimental and forward thinking multidisciplinary exchange. 

Film courtesy of Kii Studios, London and copyright of Julia Cheng & Kerry Campbell.