Sally Fenaux Barleycorn’s short film is a visual poem of pain and remembrance. Dedicated to those buried in the waters, to their lost-at-sea souls; it is a moment for heartbreak, guiding their souls back home.
As Runnymede embarks on an arts and research-based project with Creative Interruptions, academics Sarita Malik, Panayiota Demetriou and Photini Vrikki explain what the initiative is, and why it's important. Click the link to the Project URL (to the right hand side of this page) to see the full blog post on the Runnymede Trust Website.
A series of workshops for emerging artists in London. Participants were given disposables camera and took photos of their community. These were used to discuss their representations and meanings, investigating stereotypes, narratives, and media.