SHOOT FESTIVAL 2022 | ARTISTS
At the heart of our two-week 2022 festival was a programme of free and ticketed events and activities. Shoot Festival launched on 23rd April with free music on our Sound Stage at The Bull Yard. You could also enjoy an eclectic mix of theatre, poetry, comedy and spoken word with our free Performance Programme at The Shop Front Theatre. All activities were presented against the backdrop of our fantastic Outdoor Arts programme, an exhibition and a series of workshops.
JANA AIZUPE & SELWIN HULME-TEAGUE present TAKE ME OUT PUT ME ON
An expression of what a dress can mean to a person; the feelings, memories, celebrations or grievances it can hold.
SPEAKUP THEATRE presents OUR SKL PROJECT (by Lauren and Izzy)
Lauren and Izzy’s autobiographical story of two teenage girls and their journey through state and private education.
MINNIE CROOK presents AND WHEN I REMEMBER THAT I HAVE FORGOTTEN
A celebratory exploration of memory and nostalgia, questioning the past and challenging how we remember and re-live moments in time.
PERFORMANCE IN BLOOM
protests, hymns and caskets by lanaire aderemi
In 1947 10,000 Egba women marched to demand for the removal of colonial taxation. After several years of strikes and protests, this Nigerian feminist movement won an amazing victory.
GAMBLE by Hannah Walker & Rosa Postlethwaite
This autobiographical urgent multimedia theatre/live art show depicts Hannah’s experiences of being in a relationship with a recovering online gambling addict.
SOUND IN BLOOM
LANDSCAPES OF MY MIND by MADDIE WEBB
Her work is primarily driven by the way she experiences the world visually, through the mental notes she has taken as she goes about her day to day.
RE-IMAGINED PHOTOGRAPHS by JOOST LOHMAN
Lohman creates Re-imagined Photographs: Abstract works of art based on digital photographs by which he presents a new visual reality.
EXHIBITION IN BLOOM
MOMENTS OF BROKEN PROMISES by Michael Snodgrass
For this new exhibition Moments of Broken Promises, Michael has chosen to create large-scale works on plywood panels inspired by Grimm’s Pied Piper, which reflect his developing interest in the use of colour.
RESPONDING TO COMMISSIONS FOR VISUAL ARTS
If you’re a visual artist applying for your next (or first!) commission, join us and Artist / Creative Producer Sam Williams to explore what makes a successful proposal.