Blue, purple and red seas
I am working with young people, artists, and geographers to prepare imagery that expresses young people’s ideas about Francis Drake, as well as facilitating discussions over a cuppa to co-produce material using this imagery as a basis. This interdisciplinary approach not only enriches the creative process but also adds depth and perspective to the storytelling.
A Velvet History
I am collaborating with Tavistock Youth Cafe and The Tamar Valley National Landscape, with the support from the National Trust to explore Francis Drake’s home at Buckland Abbey. This partnership not only provides a valuable opportunity for young people to connect with their local heritage but also fosters a sense of ownership and leadership in exploring and interpreting the significance of figures like Drake.
Autism, climate change and anarchy
A group of us gained funding to co-create an event aimed to engage not only those who could no longer walk to The Reens - a woodland in Troon, Cornwall - but also targeted children and young people. The event comprised an outdoor workshop in Reens Wood and a gaming session in Troon Village Hall, both of which proved to be engaging and educational experiences.
An introduction to botanical art for families
Pick, Pop, Peek, Pin & Paint Plants with CAST-OFF – An introduction to botanical art for families with CAST, August was a joy. On several occasions families joined me in […]
The Palace of Venaria (Italian: Reggia di Venaria Reale) is a former royal residence and gardens located in Venaria Reale, near Torino. TAGSCAPE was invited to carry out workshops here in 2018 and 2019. […]
Why a digital journal
Ecogeographer’s digital journal helps to develop ideas and think about themes. It also talks about current projects. This image shows an info graphic that many of us developed but a […]