Live on the BBC – Women of African origin from Tees Valley

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For the Great North Passion event broadcast live by the BBC from Bents Park, South Shields on Good Friday, Tees Valley Arts, the arts development agency based in Middlesbrough,  created two pieces of interlinked work representing the theme of ‘compassion’. Musician and specialist refugee arts worker, Maurice Dezou worked with a group of women of African origin to create a new hymn alongside visual artist Adrian Moule working with people who identify themselves as having mental health problems.

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