I’ll be in residence at Little Paper Planes in San Francisco this autumn [Residency]

  The LPP + Residency offers a diverse group of makers – artists, curators, collectives, photographers, writers, performers, participatory/social practice, musicians, craftspeople. – the opportunity to cultivate ideas and work in a month-long residency in San Francisco. Residents receive space to set up a workshop, studio, or office. Expanding on our commitment in helping artists, […]

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Terreno: Borderland Linguistics launched and available for download [Publication]

Terreno: Borderland Linguistics is a new publication comprised of innovative texts and print-based artworks showcasing the spectrum of art produced in response to the ongoing immigration / emigration crisis, a global phenomenon with a huge local impact. The publication is a full cover 24-page chapbook that the Present Cartographers collective, made up of Sylvia Arthur (UK), Daisy […]

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Obama & Me [Performance]

On 4-5 January, 2017 at the Etcetera Theatre in Camden, London, writer, Sylvia Arthur opens the annual Black Box Festival with her timely and provocative one-woman show, Obama & Me. Tickets are on sale now at obamaandmeshow.com. Two weeks before the end of the historic Obama presidency, join us for a reading of this unique […]

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African, & Other Curse Words [Writing]

I’ll be reading from my book-in-progress, African, & Other Curse Words at ‘That’s What She Said’ on Wednesday, 30 November, 2017 at The Book Club in Shoreditch, East London: Howdy hepcats! Are you ready for another awesome instalment of ‘That’s What She Said’, For Books’ Sake’s night of spoken word all written and performed by women? By […]

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Only Poor People Take The Bus [Journalism]

Published on In The Fray, October 17, 2016 Hopewell-Mann is a predominantly Latino neighborhood in the predominantly Latino city of Santa Fe. Close enough to downtown to make it a short commute, yet a world away so that tourism doesn’t quite reach it, it’s a stark reminder of some of the inequalities present in this city. […]

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