Spring ’16 WTC saw us learning how to complain in Gordon Square, and considering the finer distinctions between nudity and nakedness at the National Portrait Gallery. Orhan Pamuk’s Museum of Innocence was a treat, and produced some great writing. We experimented with Chinese circus and dabbled in opera with Rose English at Camden Arts Centre, and were spellbound by John Dee at the Royal College of Physicians in Regent’s Park. Our final outing was to the exquisite Qureshi miniatures in Barbican’s Curve Gallery. We celebrated our final read through back at Mary Ward with equally exquisite miniature cupcakes, courtesy of Rocio (thanks, Rocio!)
Prompts, background info and writing produced by participants to all six outings are up –
NOW BOOKING: Our next adventure will be ART & TEXT: Creating the City running over three Fridays, starts June 24th 2016. It would be lovely to see you!
Meanwhile, here’s a record in 20 miniatures of my walk back from the Barbican to Mary Ward –