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The week I called Stanhope home: children workshops in a rural community

Last month I was invited to take part in a micro artist residency in Stanhope, a village not far from Durham, in the North of England. I was invited by Highlights, a scheme that involves around 80 villages in rural areas across Cumbria and County Durham & Northumberland bringing National and International shows, concerts, craft […]

Papercut Lab

London has hidden gems and the Wellcome Collection is one of such. It is not that hidden actually, as it stands right in front of Euston Station and welcomes hundreds¬†of visitors every day, but it is definitely not one of the mainstream cultural institutions tourists would queue for. I love going there. It is part […]

fish and tunnel books

Last Thursday I had the privilege to teach at the London branch of an International project based on the exchange of knowledge, called Trade School. “Trade School is an alternative learning space that runs on barter. Anyone can teach a class, and students can sign up for classes by agreeing to bring barter items that […]