WATERWEEK2 More than 50 contributors in venues surrounding the Pevensey Levels. Each event brings together people who are interested in, inspired by and knowledgeable about water, both local and global.
WATERWEEK2 is inspired by UNDERWATEREDGE a walking exploration of the Pevensey Levels.
Artists: Charlotte Still and Clare Whistler.
For more information see: Waterweek2 on Facebook
And Underwater Edge
Clare was Leverhulme Artist in Residence [see here] at Queen Mary, University of London, 2013 to 2014. She worked with Dr Thomas Dixon on the themes of water and tears along with two other water projects Compass Me with filmmakers Nichola Bruce and Rebecca E Marshall (Library of Water, Iceland) and Stream with visual artist Charlotte Still.
From July 2014 Clare will be Scholar in Residence with Charlotte Still at the Bader International Study Centre Queens University Canada at Herstmonceux Castle , East Sussex working on the project Underwater Edge. This follows their WATERWEEK a seven day event celebrating water with over fifty contributors in Hailsham, East Sussex.
In September/October 2014 Clare was in residence at the Forest Studio at Stour Valley Arts with dancer Melissa Rolnick working on Women who Live in Trees.
Judith Alder website
Royal Parade, Eastbourne BN22 7AQ Tel. 01323 410300
Open Tuesday – Sunday, 10am-5pm. Closed Mondays except Bank Holiday.
Admission charge payable for the museum.
Concessions available for families, local residents and groups.
Writers: Seb Doubinsky, Martha Stutchbury, Kay Syrad, and Martin Welton
Short performances between 6 & 8pm, 7 April & and after dark on 12 May.
Clare Whistler, Freya Wynn-Jones & Mark Hewitt
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