Ed Roberts and Susana de Dios muse on the suicide of John Sassall.
On 11 March, EP members Suzanne Reynolds and Susana de Dios to a trip with Julian Hughes to a Nottingham Blood Centre to document Julian's blood donation. Susana de Dios took the photos in this gallery, and the group then wrote responses to the images based on parallels found in John Berger's 1967 novel A... Continue Reading →
Thursday 11 May | Author: Suzanne Reynolds | Featured Image: Susana de Dios Blood. We all have it; I guess it is one of those commonalities that we take for granted – well, at least until we need a blood transfusion. There we are, in an emergency situation, haemorrhaging following childbirth, as I did, or... Continue Reading →
Saturday 22 April | Author: Suzanne Reynolds | Featured image: Mira Ho And, so it began… I can’t believe I’m here; here amongst these amazing, talented people - as part of this team. We are here, at Nottingham Lakeside Arts, getting to know more about the A Fortunate Man project from Jack McNamara, Artistic Director... Continue Reading →
Saturday 8 & Sunday 9 April 2017 | Author: Jo Woolaston There has been a weekend on my calendar which has been dancing and waving its hands in the air for some time now – simply titled ‘Site Visits,’ it suggests the need for a clipboard and a hard hat and does not really do... Continue Reading →
Theatre maker Michael Pinchbeck talks about his involvement with the 2017 Emerging Perspectives' artist development project inspired by John Berger's masterpiece A Fortunate Man 1. John Berger's 1967 book, A Fortunate Man is often described as a masterpiece of social observation. How did this project come about? New Perspectives' Artistic Director, Jack McNamara thought there... Continue Reading →
I am often asked by children, parents and teachers what made me think up the ideas for my books. Many of the ideas for my picture books seem to have come out of small experiences in my life that I have wanted to reflect upon and then the wish to turn part of these memory... Continue Reading →