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TRASH aka Happy Trashy Times

A STITCH IN TIME (2021)  https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/art-exhibitions/david-medalla-stitch-time London Biennale artists stitch together at David Medalla’s Installation ‘A Stitch in Time’ in the Royal Festival Hall to celebrate David’s and Guy Brett’s inspiring lifes. This event was initiated by Luna & partner Montenegro-Fisher with Cyril Lepetit Robby Kravitz Nicole Mollett Jill Rock HerveConstant AnneBean John Wood Patricio Forrester Giacomo Picca  Joanna Jones N De León England & Co Gallery foreign investments Adam Nankervis Geraldine Gallavardin Lindsay O’Nions .

Social Distance Dance, SDD (2020) A one-off event with neighbors and residents of SE8 as part of the London Biennial.

FLOWER POWER (2018) As a studio member of Lewisham Arthouse and Education Sub-Group Coordinator, I secured local funding (Brockley Assembly) to produce, deliver and organise this project . The project is an initiative to infuse Brockley’s neglected green spaces with much needed new growth through a series of art workshops and community events throughout the year.

LOST (2016) Life art event by artist collective foreign investment for Wild New Territories (WNT ) Book launch at The Linnean Society, London, curators: Ron den Daas & Kathy Kenny

The SILHOUETTES PROJECT (2015) run by our highly experienced Silhouette expert and Arthouse member, Oliver Campbell and artist/curator Alma Tischlerwood. We devised a dynamic, innovative project centered around individual and local identity that will focus on the elderly, vulnerable members of the community, and families of all ages. Kindly funded by Lewisham Council

RAZZLE DAZZLE (2014) was part of ‘Transparency & Collaborative Patchwork’ curated by Patricio Forrester for Hill Station Café. The event and the mural by artists Alma Tischlerwood and Sara Willett were celebrated by an origami event. Visitors were invited to fold their own origami boats to complete the installation in the evening with live music by John Lunn and Reverend Max Ripple, celebrating the new art in the café.

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