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Cheryl Frances-Hoad

Admired for her originality, fluency and professionalism, Cheryl Frances-Hoad has been composing to commission since she was fifteen. Classical tradition (she trained as a cellist and pianist at the Menuhin School before going on to Cambridge and King’s College, London) along with diverse contemporary inspirations including literature, painting and dance, have contributed to a creative


Quilla Constance

Quilla Constance (abbreviated QC) is an ‘exotic’ militant punk persona created and performed by artist Jennifer Allen. Allen studied at The Ruskin School of Art and Goldsmiths College, and has exhibited widely since 2001. Allen also studied acting at Rose Bruford College, trained in Freestyle Disco dancing at Jane Rose School of Dance, and learned to play cello using the


Dave Lynch

Dave Lynch is an artist, creative director and inventor working at the intersection of moving image, large-scale interactive installation, performance and projection. Dave’s work combines elements of art, science, military, maker and media cultures, technologies and production through play and doing. He is experienced in sharing, collaboration, education and cultural dialogue especially with other artists, academics,


Mike Stubbs

Mike Stubbs is an artist, filmmaker and curator and former Director of FACT, Liverpool. Mike studied at the Royal College of Art, Cardiff Art College of Art, and Mander College, Bedford where he grew up.    Mike’s work explores how we shape our everyday worlds and how we seek meaning and significance in the fabric of daily life. He


Nicholas Mortimer

Nicholas Mortimer’s practice considers how to use scenography to interrogate emerging techno-political concerns. His work blends narratological techniques with emerging forms of authorship in order to design new ways of considering research and speculation.


Andy Holden

Andy Holden is an artist and musician whose approach is characterised by a desire to connect to audiences while retaining his own idiosyncratic internal references and motivations. Often concerned with our relationship to the past and how we make sense of ourselves, his work tackles history, nostalgia, and philosophical enquiry.


Sadie Hennessy

Sadie is a mixed media artist specialising in collage, printmaking and live events. She has a BA Hons in Theatre (Dartington) and an MA in Fine Art (Central St. Martin’s). In 2010 she won the Jealous Graduate Art prize. Her work is in held in collections at the University of the Arts London the V&A print


Josepa Munoz

Josepa Munoz aims to raise people’s awareness of history’s oscillation between MEMORY and FORGETTING, the PAST and the PRESENT and the importance of individual’s own interpretation in a world preoccupied with historical facts and remembrance.


Subathra Subramaniam

Subathra Subramaniam is a choreographer, dancer and educator. She is the artistic director of Sadhana Dance. Suba’s work is unique. Her choreography navigates the confluence of arts and science drawing from her belief that dance, can play a part in the public understanding and engagement with scientific concepts. Her work combines contemporary choreography and Bharata Natyam.


Dominic From Luton

Dominic Allan is in the most genuine of senses an extraordinary artist. Not just because he has secured for himself a substantial reputation as an innovative artist whose practice takes unexpected twists and turns, but also because he locates an intriguing, fascinating relationship with his home town of Luton at the core of his practice.

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