Artists Julia McGhee and Ruby Worth are collaborating with Inver Primary School to co-create a project that investigates how we can use movement to learn about ourselves, connect to each other and our wider community. Find out more here.
Investigation, experimentation and process: creating artistic responses to a unique landscape in the far north of Scotland.
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Julia was awarded a residency in May 2020 by Edinburgh University to work in collaboration with multi-media artist John McGeoch and science technician Geoff Robbins. Working remotely from home during lockdown, they created artistic interpretations of satellite data, reflecting environmental events in the far North of Scotland. The final work Meta/Morph was exhibited at the Edinburgh Science Festival in July 2021.
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A collaboration with young people from SOAR Youth Projects, musician Quee MacArthur and filmmaker Robbie Synge in 2017: investigating ideas in movement, creative play, dance, live music and film. Interactive Experiments