Slow Art

11th September 2015

A conversation on the value of time in collaborative practice.

As artist Heather Morison prepares to launch an exhibition at the South London Gallery that documents the two year project, Shadow Curriculum, with Highshore School in South London, she discusses the value of time in collaborative practice with Chrissie Tiller, former Director of the MA in Participatory Practice at Goldsmiths and Laurie Peake, Director of Super Slow Way.

Heather and Ivan Morison are making their first ever visit to Pennine Lancashire in the hope of finding partners to collaborate with over the next two years.

Chrissie Tiller is a theatre director and pedagogue who is helping Super Slow Way to develop an alternative curriculum for creative practitioners alongside the other three Creative People and Places programmes in the North West; Heart of Glass in St Helens, Left Coast in Blackpool and Wyre and Creative Scene in Kirklees.