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Grace Swordy

Grace Swordy is the Bristol project coordinator for Accentuate History of Place project. On board since February 2016, she has coordinated a team of volunteer researchers and has been engaging local young people and community groups to research hidden histories and explore the voices of the past in innovative ways. This has included a film project, a digital game and creative activity leading towards the M Shed exhibition. Alongside this work she is a facilitator and theatre practitioner working across London, Devon, Barcelona, Bristol and Bath, and has put on shows, run courses and events with companies including Travelling Light, 5x5x5=creativity, Bristol City Council, Marlborough College, MED Theatre, The National Youth Theatre and The Common Players.

Events featuring this speaker

Brave, Poor (and Invisible): Gatekeepers of Past and Future Cities

Praminda Caleb-Solly, Esther Fox, Sue Moffat, Openstorytellers, Grace Swordy

This special all-day event brings together academics and community partners to expose and explore the often absent voices of disabled people in our collective history as well as our future planning.

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20 October 2017 10:00am - 4:00pm M Shed