Callum Ritchie – Site Collective
Creative Community Events

Hi, I’m Callum. I’m a founder and creative director at Site Collective. We run creative community events. I am an illustrator, writer and researcher with an interest in drawing cartoons, socially engaged practices and bronze sculpture. I’ve worked on a variety of editorial illustration, publication design and poster design commissions. I love networking and collaborating with other local creatives as well as writing for Wordplay Magazine.
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Claire Atherton Visual Arts
Visual Artist | Creative Facilitator | Arts Marketing

I create abstract artwork using paint, clay, fabric and natural materials and encourage others to utilise their creativity through community events. I also wear my marketing hat to help artists & creative organisations to improve their communication and online engagement.

Genevieve Rudd
Community Artist

Genevieve Rudd has led and organised community arts projects since 2011 and is based in the Great Yarmouth area of Norfolk. She has developed projects with people in care homes, museums, galleries, libraries, schools and in outdoor public spaces.
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Helen Wells
Video Poet

Multimedia artist layering hand drawn animation, film, text, soundscape and performance to create work that has both personal significance and a connection to the society and universe in which we live.
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Kaitlin Ferguson
Visual Artist and Educator

Kaitlin is a visual artist based in Norwich, with an interdisciplinary arts practice focused on the environment. She also creates participatory projects for audiences of all ages and abilities, for cultural organisations and schools, across the country.
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Rach Anstey-Sanders
Artist Educator

My creative practice focuses on the meeting point between humans, objects and environments. Touch and texture are embedded through the making process and participant / viewers are often invited to handle my work. I deliver workshops which include multidisciplinary art and collaborative storytelling.
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