Digging up a Story | The Photographers’ Gallery | London 2005

Digging up a Story was a single project organised by Creative Partnerships at a primary school in East London that involved an archeologist, an artist and a storyteller. Read More


Take Me to the River | UEL | London 2007

Young people from Silvertown, East London enjoyed a unique, hands-on art and archaeology experience engaging with their perceptions of the past and its meaning to them in the present as they discovered the heritage of the River Thames and the Royal Docks. Read More

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Space Studios | Hackney’s Here! 2010

SPACE is a leading visual arts organization providing creative workspace, advocacy, support and promoting innovation. Orchard school pupils made an archive of images with a specific focus on the body, buildings, and objects. The exhibition displayed digital montages of their drawings and photographs and were freely pasted to the walls of the courtyard. Read More


Art at the Centre | Art Strategy & Masterplanning | Thames Gateway 2005

A commission to work with master planners on a regeneration development on the Isle of Sheppey, Thames Gateway to coordinate an arts strategy for the town and the community that is proactive, far reaching and experimental Read More

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Through Your Eyes | Trust Art Projects | Lambeth, Lewisham & Southwark | 2008

This project was designed to deliver basic educational photography workshops with refugees and asylum seekers in in Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark. It involved refugees and asylum seekers to create quality photographs focused on integration. The project was intended to be a user friendly process enabling the participants to contribute to art and socio-cultural activity associating with their views of the world surrounding them and the angle they see it. Read More  

Nothing To Declare | Bow Festival | Space Studios | London 2003

Roman Road Revel, Bow Festival, Space Studios, Curators Zana Wood & Ashley McCormick. Artists were specially commissioned to make new work for the Bow Festival. Nothing To Declare was an interactive installation that took place at Roman Road Market, East London. Two market stalls housed a laptop, scanner, printer, sticky labels, 300 take away bags and objects from the market and public themselves. Read More  

Bonpo | Stream Arts | 2007

 A book and audio work by Helen Marshall with housebound residents in Greenwich, London.Audio and text was used to protect the identity of participants, who were vulnerable isolated older people. Stream commissioned a work to be made with several older housebound residents in the borough of Greenwich, London. Marshall visited each client several times during the winter period. Funded by SRB6 Health Benefits and Awards for All. Read More


Dementia | Westminster Arts | 2008

A commission as part of ‘Arts+Minds’ an arts project for older people receiving care. It was also part of an exhibition Untold: An exploration of identity in old age at the SW1 Gallery, London  Read More

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