Walk this Way festival, September 2024

Katy is creating a perfomative walk event as part of the Lewes Walking Festival which takes place in September 2024, which will reference the history of salt production in the landscape of the river Ouse valley. More info to follow soon.

Making Place Residency at Fabrica, Sept/Oct 2024

Katy and Rebeeca Beinart will be undertaking a week-long residency at Fabrica as part of their Making Place residency series. They will use their Making Space residency to review their collaborative practice, and specifically ‘Origination’, an ongoing project they began in 2008. Beginning as an investigation into their family history and migrations, growing into a wider project about the materiality, memory, and rituals of migration and diaspora, they have used performance, sculpture, film and other media to explore recreating these lost and invisible heritages.

Webinar and UCL Urban Lab event, October 2024

In October there will be further screenings of A Difficult Place (2023), a short film by Katy Beinart and John Edwards that reveals the true cost of the cost of living crisis, and its devastating effect on individuals. The film will be shown via an online webinar and at an event at UCL’s Urban Laboratory, alongside other films co-created with communities that explore themes of austerity, food poverty and gentrification. For further info please email 

Towner Eastbourne Wriggle Room Residency outcome

Katy Beinart and Lydia Hunt have designed and lead collaborative, creative sessions every Tuesday during term time, from May 2022-July 2024, working with Willingdon Trees Community Centre and Towner to develop activities for Early Years groups and their carers across Eastbourne, as part of the Wriggle Room residency programme.
As a final outcome, the artists have designed a unique map of the South Downs which includes artwork made during sessions, activity ideas and stories. The map is available from Towner Eastbourne and online at