I am currently working with the Norfolk and Norwich Festival to produce a banner to celebrate universal suffrage. The banner is a collaborative project with a group of women and it is my task to put all their ideas together into one piece. The banner takes it’s inspiration from Mary Richardson, the suffragette who slashed… Read more Processions 2018
For the last 15 weeks I have been running an Art Club in Diss. From 4 – 6pm we have had great fun doing fantastic things from making our own world in a box, to devising superheroes and making felt. It started with 22 young people and 17 of them did the whole course getting… Read more Diss Art Club
2017 seems to have really rocketed by! ERM CIC have had loads of new projects on the horizon: A Brush with the Past sees us looking at the brush industry in Norfolk in Wymondham, Attleborough and Thetford. This project was made possible thanks to The Heritage Lottery Fund. Make your Move – Invasion sees us… Read more New projects happening!
Watch out Cringleford! ERM CIC are working with Cringleford Primary School and the local community to produce a day of seaside themed activity. July 4th is when it all happens – so if you are in the area come down from 2pm – 4pm and enter one of our seaside themed competitions or just enjoy… Read more Celebrate!
Gosh 2017 has been a bit mad! Have been working with Norwich Fashion Week and Heritage Lottery on a project about fashions that people created in the past. You can see the results at http://norwichfashion.co.uk/makers-month-heritage-gallery/ Was also involved in Makers Month and worked with John Lewis. At John Lewis we ran workshops where people got to… Read more 2017 Projects so far….
Have just come back from Costa Rica which was amazing. I feel completely revived. Fantastic wildlife, wonderful people, beautiful landscape, I feel so privileged to have been there. We stayed in lots of different areas, San Jose, Arenal, Tango Mar and Manuel Antonio. It was so hot in the last two we were melting in… Read more Costa Rica
Was walking through the graveyard this morning on my way on of my many temporary jobs watching the squirrels hiding stuff in the piles of autumn leaves. It was a lovely morning just a bit chilly – but not a sign of any Halloween activity yet!
Only a week till the Spooky city parade in Norwich and ERMCIC have been working with lots of different people. Here are some of the skeleton pirate T Shirts being made by Guides. Great time had by all! Now the only thing to worry about is – what am I going to wear!
Footprints exhibition Thursday evening we had a tea and cake opening for the HLF funded Footprints exhibition. The library kindly gave us some space for it and it seems to be getting lots of attention. The exhibition features photos of people who worked in the shoe industry as well as a scrapbook that was… Read more Footprints of the past, present and future
Just researching costumes for Halloween workshops – just need more young people to take part! It should be a scarey, spooky underwater fest though