Ann Marie’s instant book, reflecting on disability, activism and austerity
Some contributions to the affirmations area, an idea suggested by David one of our regular visitors
Ann Marie’s instant book, reflecting on identity, disability, activism and austerity
can art make our lives better?
Zoe made this
The exchanges board – it’s growing!
More contributions to the positive/affirmations area
Ann telling us a story about local politics in her area of Bradford
Ann made this origami frog
This week we got a ramp sorted so Ann Marie and other wheelchair users can access the space. Many thanks to Eileen and Kevin for organising, and to Jimmy for making it – the Bradford Markets staff are awesome
Zoe and Connie checking out some slides. “Have you got anything else that’s magic?” they asked
This is Stephen, who cleaned the windows for us. Stephen’s been a window cleaner since he was 16 – he’s now 61. He also does joinery work and does DJing for parties – he has thousands of records. It was great chatting to him
Ann’s comment on local politics in her area and a certain well known ex Bradford politician
David brought in some literature from Bradford Credit Union – he is a member and find it really useful way of managing a budget. He thought others might like to know about it
The information point is getting busier – good to see!
Graham bought the space some postcards from The Caravan Gallery who were outside the National Media Museum on Thursday with their project Pride of Place. We met Chris and Jan this week, and I’m sure will be seeing more of them in the coming weeks!
A page from Graham’s sketchbook he brought in to show
Graham made this collage on Thursday
made by Jessica Rose age two and an half
Characters made by the awesome Simons brothers
How the space is looking at the end of another busy week. Thanks to all who came down to visit and contribute!