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Week Four

So, another week gone and I can definitely say that this has been the busiest so far! With my new chair (a pretty exciting part of the week) I am feeling more and more like a part of the ‘Orme family’. 1,895 more words

BRAINSTORMING WITH A SCRIPTWRITER

For this part of my project, I met up with a friend from back home that studies scriptwriting at BU and I thought this would be a great advantage to my work, to have a specialist in the field to help me brainstorm a story for the play. 896 more words

CURRENT PROJECTS

A NOTE JUST TO SAY

“Bereaved children are in need of emotional support. Many methods are used to facilitate understanding, and its integration, of their loss. Using play and puppetry can enable young children to have the themes and experiences of loss communicated in a digestible manner. 31 more words

CURRENT PROJECTS

TEDDY BEAR PRINTING

TEDDY BEAR PRINTING

As part of my character design package of this project I am to design the bear for the story that I am working with which will then developed into a full developed marionette puppet for the puppet show. 260 more words

CURRENT PROJECTS

Week Three

It’s been a week of solar beauty and excitement that’s seen me to the end of week three. Week three! How has it already been three weeks?! 1,595 more words

Addressing Lost Space

Has entertainment and street activity shifted off the street due to the placement of high-rise buildings or spatial segregation?

Perhaps lost space could be embraced as a metaphor for freedom and equality, a way to bring back some fruitfulness and diversity to public life. 276 more words

Finding Space

Understanding Lost Space

Can we consider lost space as a form of spatial segregation?Do the functions on the street below high-rise buildings have a connection to the building above or around? 295 more words

Finding Space