Curious Curators are always developing new projects.
Below is a selection of both delivered and work-in-progress projects.
When the Corona Virus lockdown began in March 2020, and I was confined indoors like everybody else, I set myself the task of creating a “drawing-a-day” for the duration. The project ended when I completed drawing number 75 on May 30th. This date coincided with the government’s plan to ease lockdown and the date when spring officially transitioned into summer.
The 32 images shown here are part of an exhibition about change and regeneration in Bankside, London. This neighbourhood has changed beyond recognition since Victorian times when it was once an area of bustling riverside wharfs, numerous manufacturing industries, food production, brewing and power generation.
Albion in Flames is a specially commissioned play from Curious Curators, supported by Southwark Council’s Blackfriars Stories initiative. It tells the story of the Albion Flour Mill on the south bank of the Thames by Blackfriars Bridge.
Ghosts on a Wire” is the second play in a series commissioned by Southwark Council‘s Blackfriars’ Stories and supported by the Totally Thames Festival 2022.
Set across the C19th century, “Ghosts on a Wire” tracks the emerging story of electricity and its industrial development on shores of London’s Bankside.
Cavendish Histories is an intergenerational learning project based in the catchment area of Cavendish Primary School, East Hull. The idea has been created by Adrian Chappell who was a pupil at the school between 1954-1958.
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