This ongoing series of micro-events hosted in people's homes will celebrate the home as a place of action. Each event will bring together new groups of people, creating spaces to engage with contemporary arts practices, through workshops, making, film screenings and shared spaces for conversation.

We want our programme of Home Actions to build relationships with the places where people live, and explore the intersections between communities, homes and ecologies. It will bring together artists and residents in the space of someone’s home through issues of shared interest, and create a discursive space for artists and the public.

All Home Actions are free but places are limited because they are hosted in peoples homes.Booking is essential. They can be booked through Eventbrite using the links below


Clothes as Living Landscape
21 September 7 - 9pm

Join artist Laura Harrington (in person) and ecologist/ethnobiologist Meredith Root-Bernstein (online) to explore and unpick a hosts’ wardrobe of clothes. Through exploring these items together we will chat about landscapes, past lives, climates, memories and experiences.

For more information and to book your place CLICK HERE



Tiny Zines, Big Ideas!
1 October 2 - 4:30pm

Artist & Zine-Maker Melody Sproates leads a session of creative, collaborative, experimentation in Zines. Come and join us to explore themes of activism, passions and issues that are important to you.

For more information and to book your place CLICK HERE



Tea Universe
8 October 2 - 5pm

I am terrified by the beautiful things that are going to be created. Giles Bailey 2022. Photography by Martin La Roche

A practical workshop, led by artist Giles Bailey, that will look at links between performance-making and domestic rituals, guiding participants though the process of writing their own performance score.

For more information and to book your place CLICK HERE




Making Colour from the Garden: A Beginners Guide
30 August

Artists Marjolaine Ryley and Ana Margarida Araujo led an introductory workshop in making botanical inks, photo emulsions and using plants for contact printing to create eco-prints, hosted in a garden in Whitley Bay


13 August

Participants joined Sneha, Rasa and Sona Solanki on a foraging walk around Whitley Bay to ‘search’ and ‘gather’ wild or non-cultivated plants and fungus around Whitley Bay.