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Reflections on Project 1: form and evocation and how others speak visually about landscapes

I introduced myself to some of Godwin and Burtensky’s some years ago and so will not repeat my thoughts from back then here. However I do think it’s worth spending some time comparing and contrasting their styles and approach as this can help inform my approach. 776 more words


War Horse

Today I went to go see War Horse at the Lowry Theatre in Manchester. It’s got the same storyline as the film, but the horses are all kind of clockworks and they are controlled by puppeteers. 127 more words


Backstage at The Lowry: Paul Campbell - Galleries Assistant

I had always wanted to work in a gallery. But I used to work at a garden centre.

The garden centre was Prince’s Park in Irlam. 567 more words


A fight

And so it fell.
Like a falling rock upon wild
Rooted blossom, the
Drowning sand gave way beneath
Fightless feet,
And gave birth to a grave



Backstage at The Lowry: Keith Kelly - Head of Ticketing

As a student I worked front of house in a theatre, ripping tickets, selling ice creams.

My degree is in Politics and Contemporary History, so nothing to do with theatre at all! 722 more words


Double Bill: Nightlight and A Midsummer Night's Dream

Lowry Young Actors’ Company

Lowry Theatre

23rd to 24th June 2014

Nightlight: Francesca Waite

Originally published as a comment on Georgina Wells’ review here… 333 more words