Judith Williams

My work as an artist and celebrant / my life as a human woman have led me to find creative means through which to delight in and move with the big stuff, the precious stuff. In an endeavor to make sense of the losses and longings within beautiful, structured, sacred containers in various art forms; song, music, dance, theatre, film, workshops, ceremony, events, poems - like this one by Rumi -

Dance, when you're broken open.
Dance, if you've torn the bandage off.

Dance in the middle of fighting.
Dance in your blood.
Dance, when you're perfectly free.

excerpt: translations by Coleman Barks with John Moyne


- re-emerging - with the work room and other parent artists - radical care fund.
- dancing in Irregular Sleep Pattern pyjamas for promo.
- singing - bringing voice and seal-like qualities to Hanna Tulikki's 'Seals'kin'.

- developing story, dance, and song with Natasha Gilmore, Ben Duke for our new work - 'Chunky Jewellery' - Tramway March 9th.

- bringing all of it to develop 'Peggy' - a durational improvisation piece called 'being, a mother.'


Other shenanigans on my website - www.judithwilliams.me/hello