Teesside Creative Archivists project


Ever wondered who built the town hall, why the river changed shape, where that railway used to go....then this could be the project for you!

Past Event

On 17th June 2015 the project held an open archives session at Teesside Archives Exchange House, Middlesbrough, organised in association with Northern Architecture as part of BRIDGE: Engineering Education, funded by Heritage Lottery Fund.

We’re looking for people to take part in creative projects and activities connected to Teesside Archives over the summer. No experience necessary!

The sessions will be run by photographer Michele Allen and local poet and historian p.a. Morbid (The Black Light Engine Room). We plan to run five or six sessions over the summer using the archives as inspiration for walks around Middlesbrough and the river Tees, there’ll also be a chance to have a go at photography and creative writing as part of the project.

 

For more information please contact Michele Allen reddubgirl@aol.com or p.a.Morbid theblacklightenginedriver@hotmail.co.uk

 

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Teesside Creative Archivists project (June 2015 event)

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