We lOVE: COllective IS An intergenerational, multidisciplinary  community PLATFORM
– connecting Participatory Artists with collaborative participants.

IN HOPE OF MAINTAINING THE SUSTAINABILITY OF COMMUNITY ARTs PROJECTS, An evolving PODCAST SERIES AND BLOG has been created to HIGHLIGHT PERSPECTIVES FOR SOLUTIONS AND forward MOVEMENTS.

Series One-

We love: WoodGreen

Tune in to hear how our participants in Series One- WeLove:WoodGreen adapted their practice in 2020

A collective community event celebrating culture and well-being in Wood Green. Empowering the local community using music, arts, food and culture by providing a platform that unites the local community through communication and collaboration.

#WLWG Fundraiser Sticker (2021)
#WLWG Facilitator call out Poster (2021)
#WLWG Facilitator call out Poster (2021)
#WLWG 1st Anniversary: Airwaves Edition Poster (2021)

Allow us to take you on a virtual tour of Wood Green… Below, take a browse to find out about the incredibly talented local community art facilitators, who feature in the WeLoveWoodGreen podcast!

(Left click on names to open articles)

Recent Posts

JOURNAL: REFLECTIONS FROM THE FIELD

SERIES two: Considering the passing of Bell Hooks, how did covid and football matches impact weLove:woodgreen- unlocking celebration? Written by Hannah Cassidy-Matthews BAHons/MAEdited by John GonzalezApprox. 8 Min read Walking to The Goodness Brewing co. over the 2021 spring/summer, I frequently noticed the police had cordoned off my route. Bus diversions and an increased police … Continue reading JOURNAL: REFLECTIONS FROM THE FIELD

JOURNAL: REFLECTIONS FROM THE FIELD

SERIES one: Reflections on We Love: Wood Green Feb 2020-Feb 2021 Written by Hannah Cassidy-Matthews BAHons/MAEdited by Rick MellingApprox. 8 Min read After a year of serious heartbreak on so many levels, I met Elijah Light– our podcast producer and sound developer. In terms of my moving to a new area, the timing was ideal … Continue reading JOURNAL: REFLECTIONS FROM THE FIELD

TherAPutix: The Rap Therapists

DeVille (Aka Alex De Ville), Hannah Raggamama (AKA Hannah Matthews) and Barnacle (AKA Barney Seignior) Alex Deville and ‘Barnacle’ (AKA Barney Seignior) met at the Magic Gardens in 2018. Performing at open mic slots for- ‘Sing For your Supper’. Together with Hannah Raggamama (AKA Hannah Matthews), ‘TheRAPutix‘ collaborated to devise a foundational concept- grounded within Rap … Continue reading TherAPutix: The Rap Therapists

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