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The Craftspace Collective ran a workshop at Birmingham University as part of the BBC Stargazing event. Paper cut artist Maeve Clancey and collective members helped people think about ‘what would your space trip look like?’ and make papercuts from their drawings.

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Rosie Moss will be leading her Origami Envelope Exchange project at Artsfest this weekend. She will be assisted by collective members Vicky Fowler, Abdul Samad, Hannah Kershaw and Joey Vivo.

Please do come along and say hello, we will be in Victoria Square nr the Post Office.

Have you seen Rosie Moss blog?

Hi All, I thought you all might be interested in seeing Collective member Rosies blog. She is responsible for designing our In:Site flyer and desing concept.

In the process of researching stats of twitter coverage for the funding report  I discovered @DillyTante retweeting about Sam Wilsons Crochet Bombed Bench via @knithacker in NY. on further investigation of her blog it turns out she is a guerrilla yarnbomber in Cheltenham, just down the road from Brum! Please do check out her post about a night out knitting the town hall all sorts of colours.

http://dillytante.wordpress.com/category/yarn-bombing-2/

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Samantha Wilson who crochet bombed the park bench on day 2 of In:Site has posted a blog about her experience follow the link. http://samwilsontextiledesign.blogspot.co.uk/

More photos from day 5 of In:Site and all of the work at the end of a busy week!

Well we had another glorious day in Cathedral Square today. It was a bit more relaxed today as we only had two graduate artist at work. Hopefully Caroline Allen will have recovered from her illness and will join us for our final day tomorrow. Meanwhile please enjoy these films of Hilary O’Dwyer & Tamzin Titford-Mock from today.

Wow what a wonderful day today. It has been a true Scottish day. Morven Odling and Jill Kirkham travelled down from Edinburgh while Emma Kerr came from just the other side of the border from Carlisle.

The sun shone on us all day and the temporary artwork created was fantastic.

In:Site -Jo Aylmer film

Today we worked with Amber Wakley who made a beautiful lace work straight on to a tree, Samantha Wilson who covered a bench in crocheted flowers and Jo Aylmer who created a piece of work inspired by the railings and made from rubber tubing. If you’re passing through the churchyard look out for the five interventions there now. We hope the weather will stay on our side for the rest of the week.