last update 19 April 2016
Eileen Haring Woods was the Executive Director of the Global Mayors Parliament Project through its two year development stage and continues now as the Cultural Consultant for the realisation of the inuagural GPM in 2016 and beyond.
From the Corner of My Eye
a new site specific installation by Michael Woods opening at
The Malt Gallery in The Cut, Halesworth, Suffolk, UK.
Tuesday 27th October - Thursday December 31st.
For this new installation, Michael devotes his work as an artist, illustrator and designer through painted clay figures and screen prints around the rich theme of the Trickster, one of the oldest expressions of mankind, found in the very beginnings of civilization through to sophisticated contemporary cultures.
Originally inspired by Polynesian art and pictographs while in his twenties, Michael has in the past few years undertaken a study of trickster tales and illustrations through the centuries, arriving at his own interpretations of this personification of ambivalence and cunning.
Michael presents the attributes and narratives of the trickster as a mirror of our primal instincts of survival, procreation and power. As both a male and androgynous figure the trickster is frequently depicted with a frisky, daring penis, providing a wealth of ambiguous settings, cautionary tales and disruptive outcomes.
For more details visit The Cut website (opens in new window)
Gunpowder Park, London 2006
Art of Common Space / Gunpowder Soundscape featuring Robert Wilson and participants in the Gunpowder Park / Robert Wilson workshop. Curated and produced by Eileen Haring Woods and David Chapman
Icons of Democracy - a work in progress
a new transnational arts project revealing what democracy
means to people around the world now.
Third Planning Session, Amsterdam September 2014
Eamonn McCabe, multi-award winning former Picture Editor at The Guardian. Eamonn appears regularly on radio and T.V. has exhibited widely in Britain with work in The National Portrait Gallery collection, London.
Bill Jackson has won many national and international awards and is the first on record to have received 3 awards from the RPS International Print Award. He has shown in major galleries and museums worldwide.
Stephen Wolfenden has been a professional photographer for over 45 years with a wide experience in theatre, industrial and architectural photography.
Eileen Haring Woods is a participatory artist, curator and producer whose interests and collaborative work focuses on contemporary social and cultural issues, from the local to the international.
Peter Everard Smith has been shooting the world of music and performing arts for over 40 years and many of his iconic photographs are in the collection of the National Portrait Gallery London and in many publications and album covers.