Meg’s new work at Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail 2019

Visit the W.V.S. Trail to see Meg’s two new pieces – an experiment in materials new to her. Two heads, two kinds of entanglement in the Woven Woodland. No 13 on the Trail. Swan Woman in the Brambles – bronze (made with the assistance of Jim Racine/Butley Mills) is entangled and breaking out. The piece …read more…

August Listening Walks at Snape Maltings

Weekend Listening Walks led by Meg and Mike Challis: Part of Snape Proms August 10th and 11th, and 24th and 25th led by Meg August 3rd and 4th, 17th and 18th led by Mike Focusing on your listening can be a revelatory experience, especially in an area of remarkable biodiversity such as the Alde estuary. …read more…

Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail 2019

Opens August 2nd 2019 – till Sept 8th. This year’s theme is the Woven Woodland. In response, and inspired by a newly opened area of woodland at the Raveningham Centre, Meg is preparing two new works – Swan Woman in the Brambles and The Social Climber. https://www.waveney-valley-sculpture-trail-2019/

Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail 2019

Meg’s work has been selected again to exhibit at Waveney and Blyth Arts annual sculpture trail: https://waveneyvalleysculpturetrail.com/ She’s been looking for more durable materials for her work. Inspired by seeing bronzes that incorporate natural materials made by sculptors from Butley Mills, and excited by the alchemy of Renaissance bronze casting, Meg is in the process …read more…

Broken Puppet Symposium 3 April 17th – 18th 2019

Meg’s proposal to the third Broken Puppet Symposium, at Newman University Birmingham, has been accepted. She will lead a workshop on April 18th at 11.30 am on 30 years of working with elders and puppets – the value of practical experience. Booking for the very reasonably priced Symposium is open at: https://www.newman.ac.uk/event/broken-puppet-3-international-symposium-on-puppetry-community-health-well-being-and-disability-professional-training-opportunities/  Keynote speaker is …read more…