Artists

Ryan Curtis worked with Take a Part on the Green Orchestra Project, developing the staging for the final performance and collaborating with participants to achieve this. Ryan is an artist who works with sculpture, installation, and video. He engages in projects and exhibits work across the UK and is based in Plymouth. To see more of Ryan’s work visit- www.ryan-curtis.co.uk

May 18, 2015    NO COMMMENTS

Sophie is an artist who has worked with Take a Part on Efford FM (2010) for which she wrote her first radio play, ‘The Wild Spirits of Efford’ she was then commissioned to create the script for the radio drama for Nowhereisland Radio, a four way cross community project in response to the cultural olympiad commission ‘Nowhere Island’. Sophie’s practice-based research focuses on the relationships between art and society. She has worked as an independent curator for six years (as...

Apr 11, 2013    NO COMMMENTS

Neil has worked with Take a part on Efford FM, Take a Party and Nowhere FM.  An expert in working and experimenting with sound art Neil  has collaborated with Mark Vernon to gather and produce content for Take a Part’s various radio projects and also supported on all broadcasting for the events. Neil Rose is a sonic artist and academic who specialises in electroacoustic/acousmatic music, live performance, film, animation and design. He studied sonic arts at Middlesex University, is a...

Apr 11, 2013    NO COMMMENTS

Mark Vernon is a sound artist and radio producer based in Scotland.  Mark has worked with Take a Part on Efford FM, Take a Party Nowhere FM and most recently was commissioned to create ‘The Dividing Line’ with Take A Part and The River Tamar Project.  Mark both developed recorded and edited content for radio broadcasts with Take A Part, managed the live broadcasting of the radio content alongside Neil Rose and researched and shot the Dividing line. He was a founding member...

Apr 11, 2013    NO COMMMENTS

Hana has worked with Take a Part to document a huge variety of projects including ‘British Art Show 7‘ and ‘The Art Orbit’.  She has also been comissioned by Take a Part to work with various community groups to create other pieces of film work connected to our delivery. Freelance filmmaker and creative education practitioner. Hana has worked with film, kids and art for ten years. She divides her time between independent, commercial and education shoots which means that not...

Apr 11, 2013    NO COMMMENTS

Tess worked largely with Take a Part’s Grow Efford project alongside Anne Marie Culhane between 2009-2012.  She shares her love of nature and her practical skills with the people she works with. Capacity-building and mentoring work with local people to enable them to take over their own projects are hallmarks of her practice. Tess regularly still works with Take A Part supporting the Shed On Wheels on its various outings and collaborating with Take A Part on a range of food...

Apr 11, 2013    NO COMMMENTS

Dom Moore is a Plymouth based freelance photographer, specialising in portraiture, brand styling, print material photography and press photography. His clients include- 51 Studio, Actuate Marketing, Altitude , Attik Dance, City College Plymouth, Effervescent, Greenman Festival, KARST, Minerva Streetwear, Plymouth City Council, Sneaker Freaker  and Volksfest to name a few. Dom has worked with Take A Part documenting on various occasions and has also been recently working on a photo mosaic project capturing the community of Barne Barton in collaboration with a local nursery and Plymouth City Council.

Apr 11, 2013    NO COMMMENTS

Anne Marie Culhane worked with Take a Part on the Grow Efford project which she supported from the start until around 2012 when the community were able to take the project forwards themselves.  Anne Marie supported the design and build of our Shed On Wheels and continues to work with Take A Part on arts projects with a sustainable or environmental edge to them. Anne Marie’s work explores our part in the dynamic systems of our natural world. Her practice...

Apr 11, 2013    NO COMMMENTS