BSL INTERPRETED EVENTS
THE IPSWICH BISCUIT: AS OLD AS JOURNEYS
Imagine if Ipswich were to have its own namesake biscuit. Something delicious with the word ‘Ipswich’ clearly stamped or pricked or marked on it. Can we make the town known with a great bake? Can we make the town’s identity become something you wanted more of? The Ipswich Biscuit is a project where art meets science through a public crafting of baked goods.
At this first session we will be considering biscuits in relation to heritage and place, with Think Tank Associate Professor Martin Jones.
THE IPSWICH BISCUIT: THE COMPETITION BEGINS!
The Ipswich Biscuit is a project where art meets science through a public crafting of baked goods. Highly accessible as public facing, this is nonetheless a serious project combining arts, science and education in the realms of performance, food, taste, nutritional health and culture, packaging, waste, trade and history of Empire. Themes include ingredients, trade & the port, spices, sugar, nutrition, printing, packaging, journeys, food safety and more.
At this second session we will launch the Ipswich Biscuit Competition, and Professor Martin Jones we will be exploring food manufacturing, distribution, packaging and print.
I FEEL LOVE
This relaxed conversation highlights some ways in which SPILL Festival makers think about access and participation, ways of experiencing the world and methods of touch used within the Deaf Blind community, and adaptations made by theatre artists when working with young people who require bespoke approaches to meet their needs.