Donal O'Driscoll tells his story of how a battle against the development of a new supermarket led to the growth of a local music scene in Heckmondwike and Cleckheaton.
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Regeneration: Growth and Experiences of New Farmers
BY MIKE DEWAR
@ VOL 2
ON MAY 13, 2014
With the average age of a farmer in Canada well over 55, young farmers are something of a rarity. Who are these young farmers and what motivates them to grow our food amongst the competition of the modern food industry? Mike Dewar has traveled across northern British Columbia to research the motivations and successes of young farmers, learning along the way that it is about more than just food.
Lights. Light. Decisive moments in photography.
BY HAZERA FORTH
@ VOL 3
ON NOV 06, 2014
Photogtapher Hazera Forth talks though aspects of lighting in photographs of her past and those she has taken herself. Through the reflection of one's self in the photographs, are you able to see things in a new perspective.
Homebeat - The Art of Making Meaningful Events
BY EMMET CONDON
@ VOL 8
ON JUL 22, 2015
Emmet Condon is Creative Director of Homebeat - a music promotion and production outfit with a particular interest in non traditional spaces. He also produces the Fading Light, Another Love Story and Hollow Sounds festivals. When not drinking tea, he can sometimes be spotted playing records to people in bars and clubs with the heartfelt aim of making them dance and smile.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on Monday, September 14th, 2015.
Lights, Camera, Projection
BY CRAIG LAURENDET
@ VOL 12
ON MAY 20, 2015
Story telling on the wall.
Illuminart are best known for our Architectural Storytelling form of projection art, combining large scale mapped projection onto architecture with animated audiovisual narratives. Other accomplishments include interactive projections and sculptures that generate music from movement, sneaky and fun guerilla projections and street activations, and collaborative hybrid media projects to develop innovative forms of luminous artistry that enliven theatre, creative events and urban spaces.
Constructing the Invisible
BY KATE DARBY
@ VOL 28
ON JUL 06, 2016
Kate Darby is an architect. She practices as KDA and is an Invisible Studio collaborator. She runs an MArch design unit at the Welsh school of architecture, is a studio tutor on the Design and Make MArch for the Architectural Association in Hooke Park and is co-founder of the annual making workshop, Studio in the Woods. She will be arguing for the importance of context and making in regeneration as illustrated by two projects she has designed: a landscape proposal which curates the public experience of a post quarrying landscape and an architectural studio in Herefordshire.