Lookout to Sea More

  1. 01. Lookout to Sea More

    Join artists in residence and community participants aboard LV21 for a ‘Lookback’ and celebration of the series of three experimental, collaborative Lookout 21 projects combining local people’s heritage, dreams, passions and personal stories with different artforms. Read more →

  2. 02. Dizzy O’Dare | Part 3

    Mike writes about his residency, recordings, collaborations and turning trash into treasure :

    Before my last blog things were proving difficult for the Deep Sea Treasure residency, but with a few lucky encounters and opportunities things have turned out pretty good! After seeing some of the strange and wonderful treasures Robin has collected we decided to host a making day to create our own treasures. Read more →

  3. 03. Deep Sea Treasure

    Join current Lookout21 resident artists Dizzy O’Dare on board LV21 for a day of making bizarre and wonderful treasures found at the bottom of the sea…or in the muddy waters of River Medway. This is a making day for all, anyone who wants to try their hand at creating something unique is welcome, as well as those more experienced makers. Read more →

  4. 04. Dizzy O’Dare | Part 2

    Mike continues to “try something different” and has to rethink his initial ideas:

    Having hit the floor running … things have slowed down a lot! Read more →

  5. 05. Residency Three

    After two successful ShipShapeUp open days celebrating and sharing the work created during the Kent Autistic Trust, Wendy Daws and Underground Pearl residency we are pleased to announce that Michael Imerson from Dizzy O’Dare will be collaborating with three generations of the Neale family, local residents with a wealth of history of Gillingham and the Pier for the third Lookout residency. Read more →

  6. 06. ShipShapeUp!

    After a few busy weeks of Looking Out by artists Wendy Daws and Katryn Saqui & Loren Beven/Underground Pearl together with staff and service users from the Kent Autistic Trust it’s time to celebrate & share the bountiful catch of their imaginative findings! Read more →

  7. 07. Legacy Activity

    One of the aims of the Lookout project was to develop a time bank and encourage participants to share skills and give something back to the community. It’s encouraging to see that it has started to happen. Read more →

  8. 08. Residency Two

    The New Year starts and so we move onto the second Lookout residency. Artists Wendy Daws and Kati & Loren from Underground Pearl begin working on a range of activities and experiences with the staff and adults with autism from the Kent Autistic Trust. Read more →

  9. 09. Catching Waves

    To celebrate what has been an exciting start to the Lookout programme, artist Jim Backhouse from Radio Arts and LV21’s resident radio operator Colin Turner invite local residents aboard Light Vessel 21 to catch some more airwaves… Read more →

  10. 10. Lookout – Radio Workshop Open Day

    Thu 31 October 11am-4pm.  Join our resident radio operator Colin Turner and artists Jim Backhouse and Magz Hall from Radio Arts  for a day on the ‘airwaves’. Read more →

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