Theme: Music

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The Hurtful Taunts & Music

The Hurtful Taunts is my ongoing non-profit musical project. A sprawling musical collective, the group encompasses not only music but art, costume, dance, film, poetry and beyond. The stories and sounds are rooted in the world of Americana and embrace Tex-Mex, Mariachi, Flamenco, blues, gospel, traditional country, gypsy and a whole host of other disparate […]

Published: 27th October 2010
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Commissions & Exhibitions

I currently have an exhibition on at The John Ryland’s Library on Deangate in Manchester. This has been on throughout the summer and is due to end shortly. It includes box artworks, dioramas, books, photos, collage and lyrics and graphic design all linked to the music of The Hurtful Taunts. I take commissions for private […]

Published: 12th August 2010
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Gatley Primary School

I now work at Gatley as a resident Creative Partner 2 days a week delivering the Arts Award programme, working with Pupil Premium pupils and writing and delivering specific creative lessons for each class and key stage. This fantastic school is head of a cluster group specilising in delivering a creative curriculum across all Key […]

Published: 12th May 2010
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Music linked artwork

Almost every recorded song by The Hurtful Taunts, now has a piece of artwork that makes it a partly visual as well as an audio story.There are nearly one hundred artworks at this present time ranging from costume, box pieces and books to film, paintings and furniture. It’s my hope to exhibit them all shortly […]

Published: 15th April 2010
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