A Reunion in the Place Where You Are, Publication, 2021

A 2-month residency with The Wing Hong Centre with Chinese elders in Glasgow exploring creative and collaborative activities,
documenting the experience of remotely making together, the artworks created and providing insights into the daily lives of
participants during Covid-19 pandemic.

Roti, Zameen, Azaadi | Bread, Land, Freedom

Bread punctuates our collective consciousness, our histories, our memories of home and resistance to oppression. Roti, Zameen, Azaadi is a one-day bread-making session to reclaim the subversive potential of making and sharing bread as a practical strategy in our collective resistance to the UK’s hostile environment towards migrants.

Domestic Fever, Platform Arts Centre

Creating a performance piece with children aged 6-11 introducing them to movement and vocal exercises, costume-making using DIY methods.  

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The Art of Getting By

An initiative to engage primary school children about issues on poverty through creative and fun workshops, and a 2-week exhibition at Scotland Street School Museum.

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Workshops at Greenock HMP

Working with inmates to introduce new and unconventional materials and ways to create artworks that wereput together in an exhibition at The Glasgow School of Art.

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Creative Communities Phase 1, Southside Central 

Creative Communities: Artists in Residence is a Glasgow-wide initiative, bringing artists in residence to every ward of the city. This residency in Ward 8,Southside of Glasgow with delivered in association with Swap Market – a collective that runs an exchange space in Govanhill.

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Creative Zine Workshops with Renfrewshire Libraries, Paisley

A programme to introduce zine-making, ways of using original or appropriated texts and images to young people that take English as additional language in their schools to celebrate their mother tongue and heritage.

Black Men Walking Audience Development Workshops

Creating workshops with Perth Theatre and The Beacon Arts Centre in Scotland to allow more  access and interest within communities of colour to go to theatres.