Françoise Dupré and Rebecca Snow


Françoise Dupré is a London-based French-born artist who creates large textile and sculpture installations that celebrate the everyday and our world of multiple cultures. Combining individual and collaborative-participatory approaches, Dupré leads international and transcultural art projects in collaboration with a wide range of communities and social contexts including migration, post-conflict and health. Her most recent projects explore the contemporary relevance of history and the performative process of remembrance through the activating of individual and community archives and memories. Dupré is a senior lecturer and researcher in Fine Art at Birmingham School of Art-Birmingham City University. Her recent writing on Social Practice through Textiles is published in Cultural Thread, edited by Jessica Hemmings, Bloomsbury (2014). For more information about her work visit:

Rebecca Snow is an education artist working across London, engaging in community art projects. Snow works in a visual art context in schools, galleries and hospitals. Using a participatory approach to contemporary art and cross-curricular projects, Snow works with all ages to engage and enable creativity. Through a process-based practice that uses drawings and film, Snow documents our surroundings; responding to the everyday. Snow is a Goldsmiths University of London postgraduate with an MA in Community and Participatory Arts and a Birmingham School of Art-BCU graduate with a BA Fine Art. Snow has worked on international community art projects with Françoise Dupré since 2009.
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