• Hector Dyer

    Hector started out making street performances in Bristol with DIY costumes to create interventions in public spaces. These developed into larger outdoor processions which revolved around audience interaction and support. […]

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    Mikhail Karikis

    Mikhail Karikis is a Greek-British artist, working and exhibiting internationally. His work in moving image, performance, sound and photography searches for strategies that amplify the voices of those who may […]

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    Love Ssega

    Love Ssega is a self-producing British-Ugandan Musician and Songwriter based in South London. Social activism and justice subtly permeates through his work, alongside a general academic curiosity which has seen […]

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    Brendan Curtis

    Brendan Curtis (he/him) is the co-producer of the Liverpool Queer Poetry Collective, local drag dinner cabaret Eat Me and scratch night SPEW. He is a writer, performer, maker and vegetarian […]

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    Jessica Reeves

    Jessica Reeves is an artist from Southend-on-Sea, where she manages Project Space for The Other MA (TOMA), an artist-run art education programme. She is in her final year of BA […]

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    Michelle Peterkin-Walker

    Michelle Peterkin-Walker is a socially engaged artist, activist and videographer. Her practice combines photography and design to create digital artworks and often focuses on positive everyday images of life that […]

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    Kelly Ann Buckley

    For 25 years Kelly Buckley’s day job has been a journalist, whilst her ‘hobby’ alongside it has been music – songwriting and performing. Over more recent years, she has invested […]

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    Matthew Challenger

    Matthews Challengers work is a reaction to his environment, of both social and physical spaces. His work is biographical and, in some cases, direct snapshots / recreations of things he […]

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    Kolia Bene

    Artist Kolia Bene makes theatre work for mixed-ability audiences (physical or mental health challenged groups), independently and in collaboration. Her work is community-driven and includes performance, installation, participatory public art, […]

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