For the first Wanderland in North Bristol 2015 Lucy Reeves Khan was assisted by Nicky Williams, Vicky Meadows, Ellen Pye and Hannah Wainwright.
Lucy trained in Sculpture and Set Design and worked in the theatre/TV and Film until she moved to Bristol and had children. She now DJ’s and has set up a night ‘Club 33-78’ for those of a certain age to have a good dance and a decent nights sleep. She believes in the power of people and that everyone has a creative bone in their body.
Vicky Meadows is a community champion who not only helped on the project but knocked on all her neighbours doors to get her whole road light up! She also created a display in her camper van where Barak Obama had tea with the Queen, or was that whisky?
The 2015 project thanks The Picture Room with Nicky Williams for their assistance.
Ellen recently moved to Bristol after graduating with her Masters degree from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Her interests lie in public artwork that engages communities in new and exciting ways. Being Involved in Window Wanderland has been the perfect opportunity to learn more about bristol and its inhabitants as well as understanding more about the ways in which community art projects can bring people together and ignite their creativity.
Originally from Sussex, Hannah worked with galleries and arts festivals. After graduating from the University of Leicester with a degree in History of Art and English, Hannah moved to Bristol. Here she continues to work with galleries, arts festivals, curators and producers to coordinate exhibitions and arts projects. Passionate about arts engagement and accessibility to the arts, she is looking forward to seeing the community of Bishopston connect creatively.