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What I did on my holiday this year – bronze casting

Once again, I was on the foundry at Kentwell hall in Suffolk.

This time, I was the master of the foundry. Unfortunately there was a slight lack of assistants, so there were 2 of us most days. 2,067 more words

Bronze Casting

Gearing up!

Ever since Easter I’ve been learning a lot about where I want to go as a re-enacter. First I was focused on food, because I realised I wasn’t going to last a weekend or even longer on salads and bread. 720 more words


Talk at ASPERA 2016, 'The filmmaker is present ...'

‘The filmmaker is present – experiment, process, image – a practitioner’s talk about process as the focus of moving image works’, Louise Curham at the… 2,168 more words


Talk for the 2015 Australian Society of Archivists conference, 'Tending the Archive' by Ihlein & Curham

Talk presented by Louise Curham at the Australian Society of Archivists 40th annual conference, ‘Archives on the Edge’, Hobart, 20 August 2015 in Session 17, The Creative Perspective… 4,712 more words


Catching up

Hello everyone

It has been a bit of whirlwind here and I have been catching up on myself, the trip to Lisbon was great as was the event this last weekend, I have now just about caught up on all the housework and washing so now time to catch up on the fun blogging stuff! 371 more words


Some busy weeks...

Last weeks were quite hectic. Attending several events, like “The World of Jheronimus Bosch”, the “1544 Day” of Hernen Castle and the “Sheepmarket” in my old hometown Langbroek. 105 more words


Watch it happen
One by one
They slowly freeze
Their minds locked into habit
Set stern like a strangler's grip
Rigid in its lust for power. 62 more words