Our Alumni in 1998 Artists we’ve worked with Barbara Agar, Pam Ainsley, Peter Allen, David Almond, Maureen Almond, Keith Armstrong, Neil Astley, Atomic Lip, Julian Atterton, Eric Bainbridge, Ghazala Bashir, Mark Beevers, David Belbin, Heather Bennett, Dermot Blackburn, Bodytalk, Ben Bone, Chris Bostock, Chaz Brenchley, Joanna Brelstaff, Lee Brewster, Geoff Broadway, Simon Brown, J Chillmaid, […] READ MORE
Our Alumni in 1999 Artists we’ve worked with Ekkehard Altenburger, Andy Blohm, Barry William Boothby, Geoff Broadway, Tony Charles, Citrus Creative, Creative Glass & Mirrors, Colin Cuthbert, Neville Gabie, Mark Gavillet, James Godbold, Lee Hallam, Heterogloss (Bob Beagrie, Adrian Moule and Sandra Armstrong), Steve Hines, Charlie Holmes, Glenn Humphrey, Graeme Johnson, Laura Johnston, Bridget Jones, […] READ MORE
Our Alumni in 2002 Artists we’ve worked with Adrian Moule, Amy Johnson, Andrew Burton, Andrew Liddell, Andrew McCall-Smith (Equaliser Productions), Andy Croft, Andy Willoughby, Angela Hunter, Anthony Sowerby, Apples & Snakes, Art 2 Architecture, Barry Russell, Bert Ward, Bidi Iredale, Bob Beagrie, Bravura (Barbara Agar), Bridget Jones, Busy Ape Arts, Capoeira Newcastle, Carpet Films (Stephen […] READ MORE
Our Alumni in 2003 Artists we’ve worked with Adrian Moule, Ahmed Adnan-Nasr, Alex Sibanda, Alex Smith – Circulation, Amy Johnson, Andrew McCall-Smith, Andy Broderick, Andy Willoughby, Angela Hunter, Angela Readman, Anthony Sowerby, Bidi Iredale, Bill Sedgwick, Bob Beagrie, Bravura, Carpet Films, Chris Kent, Chris O’Neill, Christine Williamson, Costa Ndlovu, Daksha Asher, Dave Edwards, David Stephenson, […] READ MORE
A website containing five strands of work each produced by people from Teesside whom have experienced mental health problems or social isolation.
I was saddened to hear of the death of Norah Hill last week. Norah was one of the first Teesside creative people I worked with when I started at TVA (then Cleveland Arts) She was lovely, original and surprisingly funny. As we’re now housed over the border, so to speak, here is a poem from […] READ MORE