Emily Hawes ©

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  1. The Cornwall Workshop (led by Andy Holden) C-A-S-T, Kestle Barton, 2019

  2. Artist Residency at Pavilion Dance South West, 2019

  3. In June 2019, over 2 days I worked in collaboration with Dance Artist Marta Ammendola at PDSW, finding ways to be still & to slow down, placing an emphasis upon a deep, internalised image of the body & embody a more-than-human sensibility. 
    Drawing upon Anna Halprin’s RSVP Cycle scores & Somatic Movement principles, we worked from a score composed of sound, moving image & text, based on the entangled ecologies within the Essex Estuaries. 

  4. Residency at The Old Waterworks, hosted by Metal (Southend), funded by Arts Council England, 2019 

  5. In May 2019, I spent 4 days at Metal in Southend-on-Sea investigating conservation projects, sites of ecological significance, estuarine communities and industrial histories along the Thames and Blackwater estuaries. This research residency informed a series of works exhibited at TOW later in 2019.

  6. Modern Clay, artist-in-residence, Birmingham 2018

  7. In 2018, I spent 3 months in residence at Modern Clay learning process of slip casting. The works are casts of plant-life found in Digbeth, which have been discarded or imported. Digbeth is Birmingham's industrial district, characterised by the Grand Union Canal & a blue-brick Victorian railway viaduct.

  8. Summer Interdisciplinary Residency at Hospitalfield (in collaboration with Rosanna Catterall), funded by ACE & Angus Council, 2016

     

  9. Wysing Arts Centre, Leverhulme Scholarship 2015