Director of Shared Spaces festival, producing an extensive intercultural participatory and non-participatory programme of exhibitions, talks, feasts, art-making and dialogue for people of all ages, over two-month period spread across City.
Quaker gathering: Produced a programme of 70 activities and performances scheduled across 6 days. Managing 45 Artists and Arts Organisations. Included participation, an exhibition, fine arts, installations, dance, music, theatre and singing.
Produced a creative residential programme for Young People- a programme of activities that enabled the discovery of different cultural traditions and issues effecting young people. [Salaam Shalom]
Co-led a project taking 25 young people to Morocco to explore its history of coexistence and provide opportunity for intercultural dialogue. [Salaam Shalom]
Journey of the Heart event. Programmed creative activities for all ages on the theme of Pilgrimage and the Muslim journey of Hajj, on behalf of Salaam Shalom. An event organized by Bristol Museums, supported by the British Museum.
Produced the Discover Me Festival ‘Exploring Identity & Celebrating Diversity’ I produced the event on behalf of Salaam Shalom. Activities included the Discover Me exhibition, workshops, performances, film screening, debate.
Organised the Discover Me Travelling Exhibition. Artworks and Media produced by Bristol Young people toured five venues including M-Shed February-April 2012. Independent project in collaboration with Rob Hurford.
Artist for Granby St Mural, working with local police to rejuvenate a deprived area of Plymouth for the local community.
"It has made a real difference to the area and the attitudes of the residents. The feedback from our partner agencies was fantastic, people want to do this in other areas across the city. Obviously I will be thanking you officially but for now I just want you to know that I am extremely grateful for all of your effort and time you gave to Granby Street. You have managed to make a lasting difference to the community and have brought joy to people who do not have much to be joyful about. I can't thank you enough." P.C Dunbar, Plymouth