Jamboree 2018  //  28th June — 1st July 2018

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2015
Blog
Jamboree #1 - Plymouth Blog - Outcomes of Jamboree 1

LOW PROFILE outline some of the things that have been happening as a result of Jamboree #1

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2015
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Jamboree #1 - Plymouth Blog - LOW PROFILE (Part 3)

LOW PROFILE look at the outcomes of Jamboree and the possibilities for taking it forwards. 

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2015
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Jamboree #1 - Plymouth Blog - LOW PROFILE (Part 2)

Jamboree #1 – what was it? - LOW PROFILE discuss the first Jamboree residential workshop 

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2015
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Jamboree #1 - Plymouth Blog - LOW PROFILE (part 1)

Jamboree – where it began. LOW PROFILE discuss the motivations and aims behind their residential workshop

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2015
Blog
Jamboree #1 - Plymouth blog - Jason Pinder

Jason Pinder reflects on the experiences of artists from Cardiff’s WARP during Jamboree residential workshop.

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2015
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Jamboree #1 - BLOG - Place Making - Laurie Lax, Laura Phillips and lewdjaw

Place Making: Spike Associates Laurie Lax, Laura Phillips and lewdjaw reflect on what it’s like to be an artist in Bristol

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2015
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Jamboree #1 - Plymouth BLOG - Laurie Lax

Spike Associate Laurie Lax gained clarity and confidence at Jamboree – and a national network of couches.

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2015
Blog
Jamboree #1 - Plymouth BLOG - Emma Sumner

Crack on! Emma Sumner gets down to business.

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Jamboree #1 - Plymouth BLOG - Beth Kettel

Beth Kettel: Place shapes but it doesn’t have to define

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2015
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Jamboree #1 - Plymouth BLOG - Clara Casian

Clara Casian reflects on her responsibility towards her adopted city and its interconnected web of possibilities.

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2015
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Jamboree #1: Plymouth BLOG - by Julie McCalden

Artist Julie McCalden joined the workshop as a reporter/blogger on behalf of a-n. 

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2015
Gallery
Jamboree #1: Plymouth - Overview

The first edition of Jamboree was held in Plymouth over 3 days (Nov 2015), with 16 artist participants (selected from 6 artist run associate schemes from across the UK) and guest curator Martin Clark (then Director, Bergen Kunsthall & Artistic Director, Art Sheffield).

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