Creative environmental art in collaboration with communities
Genevieve Rudd is an experienced Community Artist. She develops creative projects that encourage closer looking, and that ask about the places and people around us. These include environmental arts, working outdoors, walking and nurturing nature-connection through creativity. Genevieve is also a qualified Wild Beach Leader
Community Arts Projects
Since 2011, Genevieve has been leading participatory arts projects. She has developed programmes with people in museums, galleries, theatres, libraries, schools, care homes, festivals and outdoor public spaces, including producing remote resources. In particular, she has a special interest in connecting with outdoor spaces, such as beaches, parks and streets
Informed by her training in photographic arts, Genevieve works in early photography techniques, such as Cyanotype and Anthotype, alongside textile arts and drawing. Her inspiration is drawn from the natural world through working directly with plants and the weather, making on-location and utilising natural materials. Within this, she considers themes of time, place and seasonality
LATEST BLOG POST
Thank you Ryoanji Records for selecting my Storm Darcy/Snow Ball artwork for Ingrid Plum's new album, Corporeality. The work was created during Storm Darcy in February 2021, using a melting snow ball, Cyanotype chemicals and several hours outside in the storm It's said that more people die in...