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Interview with Rob Smith , Storytellers and teaching

Reflection on talking, teaching and the power of our voices,   interview with Rob Smith as part of Storytellers which continues at the Beaney Museum in Canterbury until Sunday 25th February.  Photo courtesy of Nathalie Banaigs Rob Smith former BBC News presenter and journalist now runs his own company Wild Rover Media and brings and his interviewing skills leads to a discussion which explore my story, from growing up in Norfolk with Romani heritage to my transition from being a painter to primarily working with cloth, and later to my role as 'artist-carer'. It was a privilege to have been invited to take part in Storytellers by  Nathalie Banaigs . of Kent Creative. Powerful curation which adds another dimension to the how artworks can be interpreted in a museum and gallery context. Each artist has created imaginative work with voices that communicate on so many levels. (Thankyou Shelley Ganderton for the photograph of Memory in the image above) I will be in the gallery to talk

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