Burgh Castle Almanac is an archeology and mental health project where a group of local people walk with intent at Burgh Castle Roman Fort and make art in response at Time and Tide Museum. The project runs until May 2020. The work on the trail is a collective collaboration facilitated by artists Ian Brownlie and Sue Tyler.
Sue Tyler is an experienced textile artist working in mixed media with a strong emphasis on natural materials. Indeed, her work is rooted in nature, folklore and a fascination with the past. Sue has a predilection for making site inspired and site-specific work.
Ian Brownlie is a creative practitioner with a history of working on participatory and collaborative projects. Ian Brownlie’s practice is wide ranging, multi-disciplinary and socially engaged.
Between them Ian and Sue have many years’ experience working and making with marginalized groups.