12 / 08 / 15 Rambles 1 in Edinburgh

Rambles 1, (part of Rambles with Nature, a collaboration with Sheila Ghelani and Becky Edmunds) is part of Forest Fringe in Edinburgh, from 17th August for two weeks. For more info see here.

10/08/15 VOICED, Phytology

I’m really delighted to have been selected for one of five commissions for VOICED a writing project instigated by artists Lucia Montero and Duncan Robertson as part of Phytology. Phytology, (an old word for botany) produced by Nomad, is an inter-discplinary project based on a disused piece of land in Bethnal Green which has been […]

26 /09/ 14 Festival of Thrift

Einstein and the Honey Bee will screen at the Festival of Thrift in Darlington on the 27th and 28th September, 2014! http://www.festivalofthrift.co.uk/

25 /09/14 Some Patterns Of Current

            straybird have been invited by Richmond Borough Arts Service to be artists-in-residence at Hampton Library, London, as part of the Dance In Libraries project. Funded by Arts Council England, Dance in Libraries is a 2-year project which seeks to research and reframe library spaces through creative dialogue between dance […]

25/09/14 Artist Talk at Torre Abbey

Dialogues With People and Places                     “Everything we do is done by invitation. That invitation comes from oneself or from another person.” John Cage Artist and filmmaker Lucy Cash shares some work from her recent practice and considers strategies for making and collaborating in different kinds […]

5/10/13 Some Attempts To Order Force, Edition 1

An installation of writing, alongside new and found images for Dance Umbrella, 2013.   Some Attempts To Order Force begins an exploration of what movement research and practice might have to offer in terms of thinking about the world around us. This edition includes a contribution by Karen Christopher, ‘Leaves rustle, wind vanes begin to […]

10/10/13 The Foundling Museum – artist in residence

Between Autumn 2013 and Spring 2014, Lucy has a research residency at the Foundling Museum, 40 Brunswick Square, London. The Foundling Museum, commemorates the history of the Foundling Hospital – a charity set up in the 18oo’s to house and look after children as well as special collections relating to the composer Handel and paintings […]

1/09/13 Performance and The Social

Lucy was invited by Gillie Kleiman / A Lyrical Dance Concert to contribute a response to the question, ‘What is the relation between performance and the social?’ See her photo collage response here: http://alyricaldanceconcert.wordpress.com/2013/06/25/lucy-cash/