Robyn Haddon awarded Jerwood Bursary

Robyn Haddon, Software Garden performance, Stedelijk Museum, 2019. Image: Maarten Nauw

Robyn Haddon has been awarded a Jerwood bursary to receive vocal coaching to help develop her practice using singing as a healing force. She understands how singing can provoke a healthy re-ordering of our senses, with the magical ability to effectively process complex emotions and project our identities.

Robyn Haddon is a singer and songwriter based in Sheffield. She also works at Site Gallery as Producer on the Platform residencies programme for visual artists, supported by the Freelands Artists Programme.

Jerwood Bursaries provide funding of up to £1,250 to help you explore and develop your practice by enabling you to gain new skills and knowledge.


Posted on 8th October 2020

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