MSL celebrates individual creativity, community and place. We create performances, exhibitions and installations that engage and inspire people, and transform communities.

The Wild Horn Fair by Jane Bruce for MSL Projects

The Wild Horn Fair

We had a sneak preview of the work we’ve been developing with Rosanna Lowe, Jane Bruce and Julie Gidlow. We introduced it to an invited audience at the Hastings Shipwreck Museum, an appropriate place for a launch event and itself the location for another of Hastings’ historic fairs.
Funded by Arts Council England and East Sussex Arts Partnership.

MSL Creative Caucuses

Semaphore

Hastings signals to Earth as it emerges from Lockdown! An atmospheric blend of sound, light, fire and performance, Semaphore took place on Hastings seafront at dusk on 17 May. We were also able to exchange coded messages from Hastings, East Sussex, with some of the 27 other places on Earth called Hastings.
Funded by Arts Council England and Trinity Triangle Heritage Action Zone.

Creative Caucus MSL banner

MSL Creative Caucuses

We hold virtual creative caucuses around particular topics and invite people to make contributions, or to simply listen in and ask questions. It’s a great way of making people part of the creative conversation!
Funded by Arts Council England and Trinity Triangle Heritage Action Zone.

Tees Valley Carnival 2019

Leading on Festivals and Events, MSL is part of a national team commissioned to develop a Creative and Visitor Economy plan for the Tees Valley. The plan will provide a framework for the recovery, sustainability and growth of the cultural and visitor economy there; establishing the vision and priorities, building on existing assets and strengths, to create an inclusive and diverse strategy to benefit all parts of the area and all communities within it.

The Wild Horn Fair illustration by Jane Bruce. Semaphore photo by Craig Penfold. Community Carnival photo at the Stockton International Riverside Festival, 2019, by Stuart Boulton, courtesy of Stockton Borough Council.

We invite you to donate to MSL

MSL Discover is a not-for-profit development vehicle for learning and innovation. Please help us sustain our vision of celebrating creativity, community and place.

CREATION

STRATEGY

PRACTICE

DELIVERY

MSL celebrates individual creativity, community and place. We create performances, exhibitions and installations that engage and inspire people, and transform communities.

The Wild Horn Fair by Jane Bruce for MSL Projects

The Wild Horn Fair

We had a sneak preview of the work we’ve been developing with Rosanna Lowe, Jane Bruce and Julie Gidlow. We introduced it to an invited audience at the Hastings Shipwreck Museum, an appropriate place for a launch event and itself the location for another of Hastings’ historic fairs.
Funded by Arts Council England and East Sussex Arts Partnership.

Semaphore banner for MSL event on Hastings seafront

Semaphore

Hastings signals to Earth as it emerges from Lockdown! A site-specific blend of sound, light and performance, Semaphore took place on Hastings seafront at dusk on 17 May. We were also able to exchange coded messages from Hastings, East Sussex, with some of the 27 other places on Earth called Hastings.
Funded by Arts Council England and Trinity Triangle Heritage Action Zone.

MSL Creative Caucuses

MSL Creative Caucuses

We hold virtual creative caucuses around particular topics and invite people to make contributions, or to simply listen in and ask questions. It’s a great way of making people part of the creative conversation!
Funded by Arts Council England and Trinity Triangle Heritage Action Zone.

Tees Valley Carnival 2019

Leading on Festivals and Events, MSL is part of a national team commissioned to develop a Creative and Visitor Economy plan for the Tees Valley. The plan will provide a framework for the recovery, sustainability and growth of the cultural and visitor economy there; establishing the vision and priorities, building on existing assets and strengths, to create an inclusive and diverse strategy to benefit all parts of the area and all communities within it.

The Wild Horn Fair illustration by Jane Bruce. Semaphore photo by Craig Penfold. Community Carnival photo at the Stockton International Riverside Festival, 2019, by Stuart Boulton, courtesy of Stockton Borough Council.

We invite you to donate to MSL

MSL Discover is a not-for-profit development vehicle for learning and innovation. Please help us sustain our vision of celebrating creativity, community and place.

CREATION       STRATEGY

PRACTICE       DELIVERY