Jane Glennie – artist, filmmaker and typographic designer.
Jane Glennie's poetry films have screened at festivals across the world. They have featured on www.shondaland.com and at the Southbank Centre. They have received distinctions and awards at Oxford Brookes Poetry Film Competition (UK), Weimar Poetry Film Competition (Germany), Rabbit Heart Poetry Film Festival (USA), and Poole Poetry Film Competition (UK). She has films in the Book of Hours project (UK), and the Visible Poetry Project (USA).
For 2021, she is working on a series of poetry films with author and poet Rosie Garland. This project has been awarded a 'Develop Your Creative Practice' grant from Arts Council England. She is founder of Peculiarity Press and publisher of ‘A New Dictionary of Art’. Previous projects include a commission (with Robert Good) to create the ‘Word Bank of Lost Dialects’ exhibition for The Word National Centre for the Written Word in South Shields; an installation at South Hill Park Arts Centre with over 2,000 recorded visitor interactions; the Arts Council England funded event Engage with Art, an archive-inspired project for International Women's Day and a London 2012 Inspire Mark project with Slough Museum.