Projects

Wyldwood

No Bindings

Wyldwood is a publication-podcast. Made in collaboration with Wyldwood Arts, it is a collection of stories and artwork produced by ChatBack, an intergenerational group of artists.


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Made by

Lily Green

Combining workshops, making books + making podcasts to co-produce multimedia literature + events with frequently underrepresented voices

Working with

Jazlyn Pinckney

Working on the craft of developing personal and community narratives and how we can explore and celebrate through creative sonic applications.

Rachel Adams

Rachel is Creative Producer for Wyldwood Arts. Wyldwood Arts specialises in intergenerational work and arts with older adults. We produce high quality, participatory programmes across the South West.

The harbour upon the water, a stolen breath of air, the songs sung with fire, and family, roots in the earth. From a room in Monica Will's House, Bedminster, Bristol, the four elements have sprung a well of memories, places and portraits.

This collection of writing and artwork was produced by members of ChatBack, an intergenerational group of artists and writers, brought together by Wyldwood Arts CIC, with illustrations from Bristol-based artist, G R Hounsome.

A limited run of 60 risograph fold-ups were printed with City Edition Studio. Each publication was folded by hand in the Pervasive Media Studio and distributed, for free, to ChatBack members and friends on 31st May 2017 and to the public, from Bedminster Library, on 1st June 2017.

Wyldwood was commissioned by Wyldwood Arts CIC. To find out more about their work running intergenerational arts groups in the South West, go to their website, wyldwoodarts.co.uk

You can take a look at the print publication in Bedminster Library. All six podcasts are now available for streaming and download from SoundCloud.

Podcasts Earth and Water were broadcast on 19th June 2017 on Ujima Radio 98 FM's show Bristol Ageing Better show, Babbers, with Judith Brown. Click here to listen to the show. 


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