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As founder of dot to dot active arts CIC – a member organisation for socially engaged artists and arts workers that’s fiercely independent and always grassroots – I’m committed to working with communities and our artists to develop new ideas to mix art and life openly and honestly. We worked in Blyth, Northumberland last year, met loads of really interesting and desperately passionate people, did some great participatory art, revived empty shops. Many people wanted more. So we’re back with a new project. This post attempts to explain why and a bit more about what we’ll be doing.

dot to dot active arts was only formed in January 2013. Old-New Curiosity Shop was our first major arts project. We chose to work in the Northumbrian post-industrial coastal port of Blyth. Some of us had produced arts interventions there before; some of us lived there (or nearby). We managed to convince…

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