Works with Words
Beaford Arts North Devon 2018 - 2019
Artist residency with Beaford culminating in the Peddling Poetry Project - live from May - August 2019 along the Tarka Trail.
Lorna Doone Festival and Hydrophobic Poetry
Mr Jelley is working with 7 schools across Exmoor to create Weather Word Poetry inspired by Exmoor and the novel. A selection of the poems will be installed in several locations across Exmoor and hopefully beyond.
Storywalks at Museum of Somerset
Hundreds (517 this year!) of pupils have come to Taunton this winter / spring 2019 to experience Storywalks through the Making Somerset gallery.
Audio Road Trip
A curious concept of site responsive audio which has already taken Mr Jelley to the European Space Agency (no joke). The project is in its kernel stages at the moment, but there are big plans, though off world was not one of them.
Daisi - Devon Arts works of 2018
Works commissioned by Daisi to connect local pupils with poetry in response to place, more specifically St Martins Island in the heart of Exeter. Workshops included some digital malarky's with Exeter.poetrypin.info as well as Hydrophobic poetry and a crazy Storywalk which involved pupils creatively writing new cures for warts - it was messy! See news for more about how these projects went.
Taunton-ness - arts commission 2017
Six weeks residency to ascertain what 'Taunton-ness' may be for both visitors and residents. With Taunton Teasing Tags and new Poetry Boxes out in June, plus a survey to tickle answers from your sub conscious!
Poetry Boxes - from Coleridge way to Lynmouth Pavilion and on to the Tarka Trail
Little tins with a book and a pencil inside to inspire and harvest words from passersby.
Storywalks© - unchain your literacy
creative writing with locative and GIS technologies.
Poetry Pin© - geolocated poetry
Digital trails geolocating poetry
Gather-ing - Somerset Art Works
four artists approach a tithe barn with interpretations by Mr Jelley - Exhibition at the rural life museum Glastonbury from September 2017
Coleridge Way - QR Code poetry
36 miles of QR codes along the Coleridge Way in Somerset, each is a poem written by a different pupil.