Entries by Vital Xposure Admin

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The Making of Hold the Hearse!

In conversation with Julie McNamara: the making of Hold the Hearse! In June, Vital Xposure’s new production Hold the Hearse! will tour medical museums around the country. The play was commissioned as part of Exceptional and Extraordinary – Unruly Minds and Bodies in the Medical Museum. Writer and performer Julie McNamara talks to Emilia Teglia […]

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Exceptional & Extraordinary – Unruly bodies and minds in the medical museum

PRESS RELEASE For immediate release: 23 March 2016 EXCEPTIONAL & EXTRAORDINARY: UNRULY BODIES AND MINDS IN THE MEDICAL MUSEUM Unique film, dance, performance and comedy commissions draw on museum collections to explore our problematic attitudes towards difference. Since humans first appeared on earth no two have ever been the same. Yet somewhere along the way, […]

Work in progress: Blue Pen

Blue Pen brings together Caglar Kimyoncu and Julie McNamara – regular creative collaborators on the global Disability Film circuit. Blue Pen is an intense short film that focuses on moments of transformation that trigger catastrophic events in our lives. The lens shifts from a diary written in frontline France that seals the fate of a […]

12 Months Training Placement

  Vital Xposure is in the process of developing an application for Arts Council England’s Change Makers Fund. If our funding application is successful we will be offering a senior leadership training and development programme which will offer mentoring in a professional role, on the job training, ‘go-and-see’ visits and the exploration of a range […]

Join our Board

We are seeking enthusiastic and dynamic individuals to join our Board of Directors and support the company through the next stage of development. We are particularly interested to hear from individuals who have, although not exclusively, some of the following skills and experiences: – Finance – Fundraising – Communications – Chairing not for profit organisations […]

When Let Me Stay hit Brazil: Julie Mc remembers

Julie McNamara talks about the tour that put ‘Let Me Stay’ front page on Brazilian national papers earlier this year. Going to Pernambuco with ‘Let Me Stay’ was one of the most extraordinary adventures of my career so far. It has genuinely changed the direction of my working practices. For example, we are currently looking […]