Past York Event: VOL 16

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VOL 16

July 12, 2018
@ Cafe 68 - Cycle Heaven

Fabric of the City. What makes a city a city - how do its people, places, textures, and relationships weave together. What stories result…

Come along and find out! There will be curry and drinks served too from the good folk of cafe 68.

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Walking To Work

BY ADAM KEAY
@ VOL 16 ON JUL 12, 2018

Adam Keay examines of how mindful walking helped him pull through a creative block with painting, and explored the techniques he uses in his works.

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St Nick's - The Green Heart of York

BY IVANA JAKUBKOVA
@ VOL 16 ON JUL 12, 2018

Ivana Jakubkova explains how the charity contributes to the city by having transformed a former rubbish tip into a thriving 24-acre wildlife haven and Environment Centre. Touching on some of the main constituent parts of York - from the Minster to the rivers - and their links to St Nicks, Ivana hones in on the biggest one of them all...

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Fabric in artistic practice

BY JADE BLOOD
@ VOL 16 ON JUL 12, 2018

Jade Blood discusses the importance of fabric through the development of her practice, whilst living in York and contributing to the contemporary art culture.

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Music, Leeds, Come Play With Me

BY TONY EREIRA
@ VOL 16 ON JUL 12, 2018

Tony Ereira talks about how CPWM works within the rich fabric of Leeds’ many music scenes

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Stories in Stitiches

BY CATHERINE DJIMRAMADJI
@ VOL 16 ON JUL 12, 2018

Catherine Djimramadji weaves together her love of knitting and her interest in social, local and family history, telling stories through knitted stitches and patterns and exploring the role of knitting in York's history.

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The Fabric of the City

BY PATTI ISSITT
@ VOL 16 ON JUL 12, 2018

Patti Issitt discusses her art: collages and mixed media composites using print, fabric and stitches. Patti aims to explore the emotional interplay between mother and daughter, the internal city of physical embodiment, and the deeper implications of scar tissue running deep into the soul as well as the body. It’s not uncommon for women to carry deep scarring: abdominal surgeries, caesarian sections, breast surgery for example. 


As the city, especially a city with walls such as York, becomes congested and immobilised by impingements to it’s circulatory system, so is the freedom of our body, both physical and mental, impinged by the scar tissue which we accumulate through our lives.

Ivana Jakubkova
Outreach Officer, St Nicks in York
Tony Ereira
in Leeds
Jade Blood
Artist , Myself / Bootham School in York
Adam Keay
Artist/Painter in York