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59th – 60th ALL THAT I AM: Nomenclature and Identity

I’ve been on a voyage of discovery in the run-up to my 59th Birth Date Anniversary, or my 60th birth date when I count the day I was born as the first. I’ve been musing on identity, and researching my name to see what insights a nomenclature approach may offer – the process has been quite […]

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Hurt Musings on Civilisation

I’ve been watching some of the BBC documentary ‘Civilisations’, an ambitious production featuring prominent academics examining the history of human societies and the impact of art and culture. CIVILISATIONS_ could be said to be semantics, but I think the BBC would have been better off and accurate calling the programme series ‘A History of Art […]

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58th Birthdate Anniversary

My birthday is coming up soon, I’ve been preparing to celebrate – I believe #preparation is a good thing to do, by reflecting on how I’ve been feeling, what I’ve been producing. This year has been one for a proliferation of creative outpourings, of expressive energy, getting things in to, and out of my system. […]

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ALPHABET SOUP – A to Z advice for entrepreneurs ©

I have drawn on more than 30 years experience of working with and for individuals, grass roots groups, and organizations in the third sector, to put together some essential reading in my Alphabet Soup – A to Z advice for entrepreneurs © Click on this link to download here – let me know if you […]

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57th Birthdate Anniversary

I’ve already received gifts and greetings and a recommendation to go ahead and spoil myself and eat chocolate cake for my birthday. I’m happy about that, I feel vindicated. Well, what can I say, 2016 has been an interesting year, so fast and so furious I’ve been left gob smacked by the global changing moods […]

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Reading at Brixton BookJam

Born, bred, and based in Brixton, I am a lover of the arts with a lifelong interest in and passion for creative expression – helps to soothe my troubled mind… Artist, poet, believer in social justice, I have spent more than 30 years working for and behalf of local communities with a sharp eyed focus […]

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An Evening of Poetry

It’s been great to see businesses like Nationwide mainstream contemporary poets in advertising and marketing campaigns regularly shown on TV screens, a really welcome feature. But there are other opportunities for poets to share their work with lovers of poetry and literature, and to share a high profile platform with other poets, bards, spoken word […]

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Creative Works and Community Engagement

Using a pen and a paintbrush to cut a path through historic angst and create future solutions. My recipe for creative works and community engagement, an approach to enlightenment, a form of nirvana – perhaps. Welcome to my inaugural blog post, a feature of my website: http://cynthia-roomes.com where you can discover more about my first […]

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