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The Wild Washer Women, part II this summer...
In August 2016, Sarah Cole led a week of activities and experiments on the canal tow path of Church, Accrington, with Idle Women care-takers Rachel Anderson and Cis O'Boyle. She will be returning to the Selina Cooper's new location in the summer of 2017.
Breath Taking  

Short film screened at the Tetley building in Leeds, with a presentation by Griselda Pollock, January 2017.

watch the video of Breath Taking here
Video made with Annis Joslin and Berkhamsted's Children's Centre, produced by Linzi Stauvers, commissioned by Pavilion, Leeds. The work is inspired by the landscapes of the families and Capability Brown's Golden Valley at Ashridge Estate, exploring ideas of illusion, facade, moments that take your breath away and play.
Other news:
Watch the video of In-Kind here
An image from In-Kind, was used in February 2017 for the marketing of the British Academy's conference Vulnerability and the Politics of Care; Cross Disciplinary Dialogues, convened by academics from Oxford Brookes University.
Sarah Cole has an image, from her work Smother, in this new pack of emotional learning cards, produced by Iniva, containing 30 contemporary art cards with commentary and questions exploring sexual identity and intimate relationships.  
Sarah presented her thoughts on 'Methodologies of Socially Engaged Art' at Tate Modern in April 2016, as part of Dr Danny McNally's research with Peckham Platform, along with Barby Asante, Marijke Steedman and Paul Goodwin.
Sarah Cole and Jill Keegan talked about In-Kind at Cubitt's Public Wisdom Symposium in March 2015. This talk has now been published in AGEING IN PUBLIC, creative practice in ageing and the public realm from across the UK, edited by Daniel Baker, 2016 - view the pdf
Interview with Sarah Cole for ae newspaper (Arts & Education). This publication includes features by Griselda Pollock and Sadie Coles and is aimed at an audience of young people - view the pdf