Claire Weetman produced 'Recording the Journey' a drawing intervention on the pavements of St Helens, which visually charted an audio recording of a journey through the town, and used snippets of overheard conversation.
Below left: Work in Progress, Joan Birkett
Photograph Courtesy Angela Wilkinson
Joan Birkett created a temporary exhibition of some works in progress and invited the passing audience to make marks on canvas which she could later develop. Photographers Jon Holden, Tony Glover and Angela Wilkinson exhibited some of their works, produced new work and documented the event, whilst Tony Maher from the organisation 'Art from a bag' invited the public to take photographs and email them back.
Audience pulling events came from poet Raphael Hart, who performed his works to gathered students and shoppers, and the installation 'Restricted Movement' by Pauline Heyes brought humorous responses and engaged debate from those who saw it.
'Restricted Movement', Pauline Heyes, Installation
Photograph courtesy Angela Wilkinson
Raphael Hart performing his poetry outside St Helens College
Photograph courtesy Tony Glover
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