Reflections – Alice Francis

As What We Do Now transitions towards an exciting new phase, those involved in phase 1 reflect on their experience.

Alice studied sculpture in Edinburgh and then went on to spend the nineties making site-specific temporary public artworks using performance, film, and installation and facilitating theatrical/celebratory community art projects, working with diverse marginalised groups. Her most recent ongoing project ‘Sisterwood’ is a free natural building camp organised by womxn and for womxn that aims to empower participants with the skills to build their own tiny home.

Has anything surprised you during phase 1?

Getting creative in North West Dumfries

Why did you want to be involved in WWDN?


Why is WWDN important for Dumfries and Galloway?


WWDN planning in North West Dumfries

How would you describe Dumfries & Galloway to someone who has never been?


What else have you got planned or are working on?


What has been the biggest challenge during phase 1 of WWDN?

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