Judith Adams

Crossing the Line / The Watershed Project

Available to tour (small venues)

A 35 minute traveling Whitestone Arts multi media performative collaboration with Simon Warner and Stacey Johnstone (voice, Alex Mathie) exploring walking and inspiration.

The first performance for Year 3 artist of the Pennine Prospects Watershed Landscape Project for the Unbounded Moor was for a Symposium on the subject of Landscape and Literature, held in Haworth on 6 October 2012 as part of the Ilkley Literature Festival.

Later performed at two separate venues in Hebden Bridge

To discuss bookings contact Whitestone Arts / Stacey Johnstone

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