A BOOK OF OURS catalogue PDF
WHISPER TO ME ALONE song cycle
War Widows Quilt catalogue PDF
Stitching the Wars catalogue PDF
The Homeless Library catalogue ebook
arthur+martha videos on YouTube and Vimeo documenting all our projects
arthur+martha poetry videos, particularly documenting performances of poems and songs
ARCHIVES & COLLECTIONS
arthur+martha have art and poetry works in local, national and international collections:
John Rylands Library A BOOK OF OURS illuminated manuscript. After completion, the manuscript was exhibited at Bury Art Museum and Manchester Cathedral, before passing into the permanent collection at John Rylands Library (due 2022).
Quilters’ Guild Collection 2 quilts from the project Stitching the Wars; the project received a Foundation Derbyshire Award
Bury Art Museum handmade books containing poems, testimonies and artworks from projects The Homeless Library and A Map of You.
arthur+martha presented evidence to an Arts and Health All Party Round Table at The House of Lords in 2016; we also contributed to the 2017 All Party Parliamentary Group, Arts and Health inquiry report, at a public launch at Manchester Metropolitan University, see www.artshealthandwellbeing, in both cases discussing material from The Homeless Library alongside participants. The Homeless Library was presented at the Outside In conference, Glasgow University 2016.
Barbaric, Vast & Wild poem sequence TWEET FROM ENGELS in international “Outside and Subterranean Poetry” anthology, edited by Jerome Rothenberg & John Bloomberg-Rissman
North West Film Archive films and poem/song recordings from the projects The Homeless Library and Armour North West Sound Archive poems and interviews from the projects The Homeless Library and Armour
Derbyshire Archives poems, interviews, sound recordings and book, from the project Stitching the Wars
The Booth Centre the quilts The Warm & the Cold and Sing me to Sleep
Plus artwork gifted to Age UK, Alzheimer’s Society and The Farming Life Centre, Buxton
For current projects 2021-onwards, go to the individual websites of Lois Blackburn or Philip Davenport
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