Page Talk is a series of creative writing workshops and festivals for young writers aged 12-16. Page Talk Young Writers’ Week explores the world of creative writing through inspiring workshops with professional writers and culminates in a one day festival of events.
Digital media provides us with an eternal eye on the physical world that surrounds us, so why should we leave our rooms if we can live the experience inside the comfort of our own walls? This immersiv Exhibition was curated as part of What’s the Agenda festival at the mac Birmingham.
An interactive adventure game written by Hayley Frances for the Wood of Words website; an online platform harnessing the power of digital technology to engage people more fully with the written and spoken word.
A dynamic and thought provoking evening of Spoken Word and Performance Poetry hitchhiking through the themes of The Hikikomori (loneliness), Archival Activism (heritage and identity) and Sexual Objectification.
A digital dance lab hosted by mac Birmingham. Working with writers, dancers, performance artists and digital media, a group of artists collaborated to create a scratch performance night that explored the use of text and digital technology in performance.
Shake the Dust was an ambitious national participation and performance project ran by Apples and Snakes - the leading organisation for performance poetry in England - that united Spoken Word artists with young people aged 13-16.