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2Up2Down / Homebaked

197-199 Oakfield Road, Liverpool, 2010
project news:
'This is not about gentrification’Here we are - Performative Conversation with Homebaked'A Piece of Cake' at Art Rotterdam
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project site
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workshop brick laying
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workshop
Duration: 2010 - ongoing
Location: Anfield / Breckfield area
Participants: 25
Visitors: 300
Number of Events: 10

Over the last 2 and half years, artist Jeanne van Heeswijk, commissioned by Liverpool Biennial, has been working with people from Anfield and Breckfield to rethink the future of their neighbourhood.

2Up 2Down provides a way for local people to "take matters into their own hands" and make real social and physical change in their neighbourhood. Local people of all ages are collaborating in the development of the project, volunteering their time and energy, and committing to play an active part in the long term.

Architects URBED and other design specialists have worked with the community to re-model a block of empty property including the former Mitchell’s Bakery and the two terraced houses next door. Taking the whole community as their "client", they have designed an affordable housing scheme, bakery shop and kitchen, meeting and project spaces, with the needs of real individuals in mind. The scheme presents a positive alternative to the demolitions and clearances of recent years.

At the same time, the group have set up Homebaked Community Land Trust - a co-operative organisation with its roots in the garden city movement – to enable the collective community ownership of the properties, and a co-operative business to reopen the Bakery as a social enterprise.
http://www.2up2down.org.uk...participants:2012 architectenInspiration/knowledge sharing
Andrea LewisDevelopment of the artwork , Creating space
Anfield Breckside Community CornerParticipation in realising artwork
Angela MckayParticipation in realising artwork , Inspiration/knowledge sharing
Arts Council EnglandFinancial support
BNENCParticipation in realising artwork
Bob BlanchardInspiration/knowledge sharing , Advice concerning content
Britt JurgensenContributing one's own artwork , Contributing one's own artwork , Reporting in language
Carolyn ButterworthEducational support
Community Foundation for MerseysideFinancial support
Deutsche BankFinancial support
Franny GeorgeCreating space
Fred BrownContributing one's own artwork , Development of artwork concept , Emotional support
Jessica DoyleDevelopment of the artwork , Reporting in image, Website development
Karen StewardCreating space
Laurie PeakeAdvice concerning content, Production, Creating space
Liverpool BiennialCreating space , Financial support
Liverpool City CouncilFinancial support
Lynn TolmonContributing one's own artwork , Reporting in language , Creating space
Maria BrewsterCreating space , Advice concerning content, Participation in realising artwork
Marieanne HeaslipSpatial design, Development of the artwork
Nadia TroemanGraphic design
North Liverpool AcademyParticipation in realising artwork
Paul Hamlyn FoundationFinancial support
Paul KellyAdvice concerning content, Distribution, Inspiration/knowledge sharing
Peter WoodsEmotional support, Inspiration/knowledge sharing
Samantha JonesReporting in language
St Francis of AsissiParticipation in realising artwork
Sue HumphreysDevelopment of the artwork , Communication, Emotional support
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