Through the Looking Glass – Documentation

A programme of performances to watch and be part of, curated by LADA for St Helens’ Heart of Glass initiative, a ten year Creative People and Places programme.

Through the Looking Glass featured Marcia Farquhar; Susannah Hewlett and Steve Nice; Duckie; The Institute for the Art and Practice of Dissent at Home; Ursula Martinez; and Joshua Sofaer & Karen Christopher’s DIY project.

“A weekend like no other.” – Patrick Fox, Director, Heart of Glass

Writer, artist and curator ​Mary Paterson has written a response to the event (pdf) and filmed highlights are now available to view below.

View the full programme on the LADA website

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Banner image credit:

Marcia Farquhar, image by Jem Finer

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