Community Projects

Corby Totems - Corby - 2018

The Corby PiP Princess
The Corby PiP Princess

Fibreglass Sculpture

The Corby Rocker
The Corby Rocker

Fibreglass Sculpture

Jason has worked throughout 2018 on an Arts Council England funded project ‘Corby Totems’ in which he has served as artist in residence with the learning disabled communities in Corby, along with delivering workshops in schools throughout Northamptonshire. This year long project will culminate with the unveiling of 2 new, fully interactive sculptures, which will be unveiled in November 2018. The sculptures have been designed to tell the hidden stories of the learning disabled communities of Corb

The Corby PiP Princess
The Corby PiP Princess

Fibreglass Sculpture

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Squarepeg Artlink Hull Residency/Exhibition - 2017/18

Jason was appointed as Squarepeg Artlink Hull Artist in Resident throughout the period of Hull 2017 City of Culture. He worked with the homeless, and adults with learning disability groups, creating work based on the artwork they produced and the stories they told him. The residency culminated in an exhibition of the work produced in January 2018.

Jason was appointed as Squarepeg Artlink Hull Artist in Resident throughout the period of Hull 2017 City of Culture. He worked with the homeless, and adults with learning disability groups, creating work based on the artwork they produced and the stories they told him. The residency culminated in an exhibition of the work produced in January 2018.

Jason was appointed as Squarepeg Artlink Hull Artist in Resident throughout the period of Hull 2017 City of Culture. He worked with the homeless, and adults with learning disability groups, creating work based on the artwork they produced and the stories they told him. The residency culminated in an exhibition of the work produced in January 2018.

Jason was appointed as Squarepeg Artlink Hull Artist in Resident throughout the period of Hull 2017 City of Culture. He worked with the homeless, and adults with learning disability groups, creating work based on the artwork they produced and the stories they told him. The residency culminated in an exhibition of the work produced in January 2018.

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What a Load of Cobblers - Boughton - 2017

Jason unveiling one of the banners for What a Load of Cobblers community project at Northamptonshire County Cricket Ground.

The projection of students work as part of What a Load of Cobblers.

Jason working with students from Pitsford Primary School in Northamptonshire.

Jason unveiling one of the banners for What a Load of Cobblers community project at Northamptonshire County Cricket Ground.

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Corby in Pictures - Made in Corby - 2016

A painting presented to Oakely Grange on the completion of Corby in Pictures as part of Made in Corby. Jason worked as artist in residence with a group of adults with learning disabilities over the summer of 2016. As well as helping the arts panel at Oakley Grange complete a series of work which celebrated their own lives, Jason created this work inspired by his time with them.

Michelle from Oakley Grange.

The banner created by Jason using digital paintings by the arts panel at Oakley Grange.

A painting presented to Oakely Grange on the completion of Corby in Pictures as part of Made in Corby. Jason worked as artist in residence with a group of adults with learning disabilities over the summer of 2016. As well as helping the arts panel at Oakley Grange complete a series of work which celebrated their own lives, Jason created this work inspired by his time with them.

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Education Ossett Community Trust  - Not Too Shoddy - 2014

Ossett is my Jason's home town, it is the place where he grew up and the place where his love of art was first ignited, so it was wonderful when the head teacher at Towngate, Naoimh Sampson, approached him to work with them. Jason worked with all nine schools in the EOCT ‘umbrella’ and worked with nearly 1000 children on a project, which saw them working with ipads to create a huge banner about the town, and it’s industrial history.

Students involved in the project researched the industrial heritage of Ossett before creating work based on their findings. This banner was the culmination of the students work as well as the community event and performance which saw their work projected on to Ossett Town Hall.

Ossett is my Jason's home town, it is the place where he grew up and the place where his love of art was first ignited, so it was wonderful when the head teacher at Towngate, Naoimh Sampson, approached him to work with them. Jason worked with all nine schools in the EOCT ‘umbrella’ and worked with nearly 1000 children on a project, which saw them working with ipads to create a huge banner about the town, and it’s industrial history.

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