We are looking for the talented person who made this fantastic collage
It was made at one of the Re-imagine Your Town Collage workshop called Now and Then, led by Maria Christoforidou last October 2016. It has been selected out of all the beautiful works to be made in to a 3D CGI model to be placed into the virtual reality map of Penryn.
Please spread the word around, sharing this on face book
If you know who did Please don’t post who it is here but send us an email at email@example.com . Being that they did not put their name to the work they may want to remain anonymous but we want to contact them for permission to turn it into a postcard for the next Re-imagine your Town Event
We will be running another Re-imagine pop up event soon .
The date and location TBC but looking like late April 2017. In the mean time the Team of volunteers are working on building the map with all your comments built into it. If you would like to work on the project please get in touch.
Brilliant Rowan has been working away to get the Re-imagine Your town disco ready for saturday night fever. This Saturday 22nd October after Cake and conversation. Bring your favorite past, present , future playlist
Thank to Penryn Home Shed for giving us the blue carpet for Sound insulation
Nicky may have felt powerless at the hands of abusers in her own childhood but in this book she makes her own rules: the story is not in boxes like in many graphic novels – there are crossings out, different drawing styles, and each of her 3 sons also have a contribution, immediately following a page on which they are all born.
It’s all about Architecture , planning and community.
Next week we start distributing the info to get the word out. Inviting residents of Penryn to populate a virtual map with their memories , observations and visions, over the month of October. Spread the news and contact us to get involved.
We need volunteers for the community studio and people who would like to train as digital scribers for the community to “Re-imagine their town: as it is, as it was, as it could be
InterAnima are overjoyed to announce the publication of New years day is Black . We helped Nicky Loutit turn her extraordinary manuscript into a format ready to approach to publishers
The visionary publisher who took the book on is Henry Layte and is his imprint Propolis based at The Book Hive in Norwich. They launch the book this Friday 23rd September at Daunt bookshop London.
Check this review from Eimear McBride ,Author of “A girl is a Half-Formed Thing”
Right from the start I found it completely gripping. Beautiful and horrifying… The human story had me at its beck and call the whole way through – utterly extraordinary. The evocation of that very particular loneliness irrelevant children feel was almost unbearable: Congratulations to Nicky Loutit for making work out of the terrible.
So from the southern tip of this island ( Cornwall) over to it’s eastern edge ( Norfolk) this exceptionally beautiful graphic novel is sees the light in London! and on sale now from Propolis
Propolis, in many ways like the less established InterAnima , specialise in idiosyncratic works which may not be able to find a home in the more commercially driven market. Cheers to Henry Layte for taking another risk that worked , Nicky for writing /painting such a profoundly moving and brave book and last but not least lucy Kerr a Graduate from the MA in Authorial illustration who InterAnima employed on the graduate placement. She worked with the sensitivity , creativity and diligence necessary for such a project . We look forward to working with her again on Nicky next book.
For now support a wonderful publisher Propolis & Nicky Loutit by sharing this news and buying a copy of the first edition. But buy straight from Propolis not from Amazon!
Amongst other visitors to the InterAnima Pop Up Media Studio were Sarah and her two children . With her children busy demonstrating their own potential to become talented animators Sarah demonstrated were they get their talent from
`Sarah’s son, without a light box , animating the Penryn town hall clock tower. Wait to see what he does with thehelp of a light box
WI , inspired by a memory of Cynthia, their oldest member ( of over 90 ) came to animate. They came with Cows they had knitted relating to Cynthia’s Memory. Cynthia had recalled how aged five a bull from a herd of cows a coming off the train , had run lose round Penryn. An experience she had enjoyed watching and returned the next week to be disappointed it didn’t happen again
The WI team took to animation working like a pro team from Aardman. Here is their first Cow stampede that Bec from Interanima will then assist them to overlay on an old Image of Penryn High street later on
Animated Sunday on the high street of Penryn . Here is a quickly compiled overview of some of animations / line tests created today. Ideas beginning to bubble for Penryn 800 event “Son et Lumiere”
Ok so you may ask “how do some of these loops link to the 800 years of Penryn ….? What I love about creativity is it brings up the unexpected, a conversation begins , For example …A clown was drawn by a visitor to Penryn ,as an excercise but then I thought actually there is a circus school in town, led by a clown, plants/flowers a have grown and butterflys have flown and Mackerel swim in the estuary.
Apart from anything some beautiful work to build on. Spread the word and join in . All week in the Yellow house on Penryn High st making work for the forthcoming Luxmuralis event We’ve had a lovely mix of ages and some real talent developing.
A bit behind schedule we set up in the Yellow house, turning one of the empty shops on Penryn High st into a busy Pop up Community media studio . Over the day people dropped by and tried out different hands on animation techniques. Also some beautiful cut out puppet making that I look forward to seeing animated later on in the week . Loved this line test of animated Typography of Penryn made by Daisy (13) new to animation. Clearly a talent. We continue through the week. Pop in, book a slot and animate