- Systemic Constellations: Creating Our ‘Knowing Fields’ 1.10.19
- 24th session of the Working Group WGEPAD (OHCHR), 25-29 March 2019, Geneva — Critical Race and Ethnicity Research Cluster, 5.8.19
- Pioneering MEaP: First supplementary school in Greater Manchester to achieve Manchester City Council’s Higher Level Accreditation Award — 17.6.19
- Trailblazing MEaP receives inaugural accreditation award from Manchester City Council — 18.5.19
- Project Mali Enterprising Leaders, 27.4.19 — Critical Race and Ethnicity Research Cluster
Category Archives: Creative Enterprise
Sykes, D. (2003) Sunday 20/07/03 Revelation, I Pinata, The Veils, Bell X1 @ Roadhouse, Manchester. Gigwise, Sunday March 27th
A review of one of my gigs as Revelation. See “Revelation Kollektiv”.
Arntz, W. (2003) “Cool Water” [album track 3 (special edition), CD] Change InsideOut: UK, Ger DPRP CD Reviews – 2003 – Volume 18. [online] Available at: http://www.dprp.net/reviews/200318.html
A review of my guest appearance on Ray Wilson’s album “Change”. See “Revelation Kollektiv”.
Clennon, O. D. (2009) Make Some Noise Final Evaluation Report: SoundProof Plus Programme. [report] Stafford: Make Some Noise
Here is the report. Here is the executive summary. Here is the appendix.
One Voice, my Edinburgh contemporary music ensemble.
This is a recommendation of my 2009 cross-university research group, Reson8r. See “Some of my Projects” for the music.
My string quartet, “Hidden Song”.
An example of the cross-over between artistic and social enterprise. A performance at St Peter’s Episcopal Church in Edinburgh in 1999.
I wrote this piece in response to the Stephen Lawrence case and its significance in helping to shape our nation’s view of itself with the ground breaking report by MacPherson. We worked in partnership with UNICEF.
Morton, B. (1996) Fresh, new and yet strangely familiar. Spectrum (The Scotsman), Sunday March 24th.
A review of my string quartet, “What has happened to all that Beauty?”
Morris, D. (2000) The next fortnight sees the premieres of three new works, writes Don Morris. The Scotsman, Wednesday February 16th
A preview of my string quartet, “The Listeners”.
My social enterprise company Revelation Ensemble (parent company Revelation Collective) helped to establish the Education Outreach department at the famous Edinburgh venue, The Queen’s Hall.