The Walking Library for Walking Women Performance Series

Myers, Angela and Heddon, Deirdre 2016, The Walking Library for Walking Women Performance Series, Somerset House; Drill Hall; University of Bristol; CCA: Centre for Contemporary Art; School of Lost Arts; Newcastle North East Library, 16 Jul. 2016 - 27 Nov. 2018, London, UK; Edinburgh, UK; Bristol, UK; Glasgow, UK; Newcastle, UK; Geelong, AUS, Walking Women, Somerset House, UK; Forest Fringe, The Festival of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK; Theatre and Performance Research Association Conference, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK; 'The House that Heals the Soul', CCA: Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow, UK; 'Moving Out of Door', School of Lost Arts/Deakin University, Geelong, AUS; North East Library, Newcastle, UK.

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Title The Walking Library for Walking Women Performance Series
Creator(s) Myers, AngelaORCID iD for Myers, Angela orcid.org/0000-0002-4355-6602
Heddon, Deirdre
Conference, exhibition or event name Walking Women (2016: London, UK); Forest Fringe (2016: Edinburgh, UK); Theatre and Performance Research Association Conversation (2016: Bristol, UK); ‘The House that Heals the Soul' (2017: Glasgow, UK); ‘Moving Out of Door’ (2017: Geelong, AUS); Women Artists of the North East Library (2018: Newcastle, UK);
Conference, exhibition or event location Somerset House; Drill Hall; University of Bristol; CCA: Centre for Contemporary Art; School of Lost Arts; Newcastle North East Library
Conference, exhibition or event dates 16 Jul. 2016 - 27 Nov. 2018
Publication date 2016
Description of resource 8 colour digital collage photographs documenting 6 performances and participant responses; 1 pdf file of library catalogue; 4 pdf files of event websites and blog responses; 2 pdf of online archive of radio broadcasts; 1 project blog
Publisher Walking Women, Somerset House, UK; Forest Fringe, The Festival of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK; Theatre and Performance Research Association Conference, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK; 'The House that Heals the Soul', CCA: Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow, UK; 'Moving Out of Door', School of Lost Arts/Deakin University, Geelong, AUS; North East Library, Newcastle, UK
Place of publication London, UK; Edinburgh, UK; Bristol, UK; Glasgow, UK; Newcastle, UK; Geelong, AUS
Keyword(s) Women walking artists
Women art practices
Contemporary art practices
Contemporary performance practices
Walking art practices
Gender and performance
Gender, space and place
Performance art
Site-specific performance
Public art
Participatory performance
Socially engaged art
Cross-platform art
Notes ‘The Walking Library for Women Walking’ is series of participatory performances and installations that invites audiences to donate, walk with and read aloud together books made by or about women who walk to explore how gendered space of the street and domain of art practice is a political matter, unevenly distributed and occupied.
Language eng
Indigenous content off
Field of Research 190404 Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
Socio Economic Objective 950105 The Performing Arts (incl. Theatre and Dance)
HERDC Research category J1 Major original creative works
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30133212

Document type: Conference, Exhibition or Event
Collections: Faculty of Arts and Education
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