Category Archives: wellcome

Creating the City: Visually Literate

Three amazing weeks. I was a visual artist before I switched to writing, and for a long time I have been plotting a new course that used words and images – designed for writers who wanted to play around with … Continue reading

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WTC Spring 15

Writing the City I’ve been woefully slow to post our most recent series of WTC, so I’m going to put the entire archive of writing and the photos on one page – let’s call it WTC Spring ’15  Do take … Continue reading

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spring #2 X-ray or kiss? Taking Matters Into Our Own Hands

‘Which do you remember, the first time you saw an X-ray, or the first time you felt a kiss? Both? For me, it’s both.’ AL Kennedy With International Women’s Day around the corner, there was something celebratory in the air. The … Continue reading

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