Rosie is a visual artist who frequently finds herself collaborating with theatre practitioners whose skills complement her practice very well and extend her range. Their approach is gregarious, group orientated and celebratory, complimenting Rosie’s – introverted, intimate, and operating under the radar. Rosie created and performed Archeology in 2009 as well as devised an exhibition for the Starcatchers’ Symposium Exhibition at Macrobert in 2011, as well as creating ‘Dreamstart’, an interactive installation at Starcatchers’ Creative Revolution in 2015.
New blog! "Don’t think about what you learned at school, don’t worry about rules. There are none. You’re writin… twitter.com/i/web/status/96376…
RT @Cooper1Nicole: 2/2 She loved the bird girl because she was just like her. Her teacher was overwhelmed that she felt able to share… https://t.co/E3Okxp3NUc
RT @Cooper1Nicole: 1/2 For obvious reasons, I can’t name names but we did a show today that moved a little girl in the audience in a w… https://t.co/pGJKNwbpdI
RT @Macrobert: Follow the story of a mischievous raccoon in Hup (Sun 11 Mar). Designed for children aged 0 - 18 months, it has a r… https://t.co/6ns4UlUTSP