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Community Engagement

As a community engagement worker Rib Davis has wide experience, from editing books of fiction (Tales from Junction 28, Derbyshire) to running arts projects for people with mental health problems (Behind Closed Doors; Ways of Seeing; Speaking our Minds, Landscapes of the Mind, Surrey) to being Artistic Director of the documentary arts organization The Living Archive, winner of the Arts Council/ British Gas Living in Cities national award for community arts, 1994.

He has also written outdoor communty extravaganzas such as Miltoni the Grand (Milton Keynes), Dreamers’ Welcome (Junction Arts) and A Hysterical Walk (Greenwich).

Other projects Rib Davis has directed include two multi-media presentations in The O2, Destination Greenwich and In Search of a Borough, as well as Gasworks to Dome, a local history and new technology project run by Independent Photography.

In 2011 he project managed and directed the multi-arts Civic Celebration for the inauguration of the new Mayor of Woking.  

In 2016 Rib Davis completed 4 years of work on the many strands of Our Museum community engagement initiative at The Lightbox, Woking, funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

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