Views from Home
Throughout January 2019
Views From Home explores what the fabric of the idea of home looks like – is it the people around us, simply the bricks and mortar we reside in, or is it the fusion of both people and place?
The project will take place within two communities in Flintshire – the village of Sychdyn, and those residing within temporary accommodation in the area.
Gathering testimonies from participants, the collaborators will creatively explore the notion of home in Wales in 2019, and what we can learn from two communities in an age where material possessions are deemed by some to be the value of a person’s worth.
Anastacia will be collaborating with Bethan Mascherenas, a north-east Wales-based artist and storyteller.
These Be The Verses
These Be The Verses is a collaboration between writer Patrick Jones and director Kieran Evans, which will explore the link between mental health and austerity in young people through film, sound and text.
Borne out of numerous conversations and observations of life under austerity, within Wales and especially around Evans’ home county of Pembrokeshire, this project comes very much from their desire and passion to place voices of the disenfranchised at the heart of a compelling piece of multi-sensory theatre.
Patrick is currently Artist in Residence with The Royal College of Psychiatrists (Wales/ Cymru) and will be drawing on expertise to further inform the work.
Kieran Evans is a Welsh film-maker whose work has included feature films, documentaries, music videos, experimental shorts and visual installations.
Jac Ifan Moore
Jac Ifan Moore
This project is early stage research to engage with the people and landscape of Snowdonia.
Jac will collaborate with Rebecca Wood
Hanesion Hoyw / Queer Tales
Queer Tales is a verbatim piece of physical theatre that shares stories of LGBT+ people, past and present, from west Wales.
Director Sita Thomas and composer Phoebe Osborne grew up in Pembrokeshire. Their collaboration aims to weave personal experiences with music and movement to tell stories, to inspire empathy and build on their community’s sense of pride.
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