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THE HAND THAT ASKS FOR NOTHING

Exploring the healing art of the carers’ touch through movement and dance with Bristol Black Carers and Rosetta Life.

 

A SMALL MOUSE IN A HUGE WORLD

Bristol 2022.  A vision dance – five people who are living in recovery from stroke explore the impact of their condition on vision. A simple dance reveals many hidden challenges.

ROOM 2 DREAM

ROOM TO DREAM has evolved from Dream a Difference – March 2019 – into a unique set of partnerships that enable children and young people from Syria, Rwanda, Uganda, England, Scotland, to share experiences of loss. With 360 degree camera, and on the ground know how, they have filmed sequences that have been edited into a 360 film that will be presented at the Full Dome Festival in Plymouth in Nov 2022.  Score by Jocelyn Pook.

SHAPER

 

 

SHAPER remains at the heart of Rosetta Life’s work with performance projects at the core of several creative residencies, on the stroke units of several London hospitals and stroke units in Bristol, Reading and High Wycombe.  Designed to test the feasibility of arts in health interventions on the NHS stroke pathway, Stroke Odysseys (Rosetta Life) is one of three projects being researched by King’s College, London.

LONDON HOSPITAL WARDS

LONDON HOSPITAL WARDS.  Having delivered Stroke Odysseys projects throughout the pandemic on stroke wards in hospitals in Bucks, we are delighted to be returning Stroke Odysseys Workshops to St Thomas’ Hosp in London.

 

WEATHER THE STORM

An opera from Rosetta Life Odysseys Ambassadors, in a Rosetta Life – Garsington Opera collaboration. Three dramatic interwoven stories of stroke recovery drawn from the words and experiences of stroke survivors.

Stroke Odysseys Ambassadors tell us what it was like to who to perform on Garsington main stage in Weather the the Stor

SPIRALS

SPIRALS.

 

A film project funded by the AHRC for those living with the impact of stroke that exploresthe relative benefits and disadvantages for stroke patients of online and live creative workshops.  Evolved under lockdown, the film looks at what the concept of the spiral might mean for participants.  Are online (Zoom) sessions ever better than live face-to-face?  Is the technology manageable?  Can participants handle it?  When lockdown lifts, what is regained, and what might be lost?  Is the future possibly blended?

STROKE ODYSSEYS

 

NEW STROKE ODYSSEYS GROUP in Bucks.  Funded by the Rothschild Foundation, a series of creative workshops leading to a performance in Reading.  Open to those in the region living with the impact of stroke.

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