Sacred Cow

Sacred Cow

After graduating in Fine Art at Bretton Hall College Eelyn Lee co-founded Sacred Cow, a performance group making devised, site-specific theatre in old mills and warehouses in Bradford.

Following a funded research trip to study visual theatre in Poland, Sacred Cow were supported by Yorkshire Arts to make Fool's Gold, a piece of work exploring the falling icons of the cold war.

Their second piece, Dashing Away with a Carving Knife, also supported by Yorkshire Arts explored the medical model of the female body.

In 1992 Sacred Cow received funding to study the performing arts of South India in Kerala.

 

Sacred Cow Fools Gold

Above Image from Fool's Gold

Top Image from Dashing Away with a Carving Knife

News

IMAGE Casting Fu Manchu Now Showing at CAN Festival 2021

Monday, 15 February 2021
Casting Fu Manchu is currently showing as part of the CAN Festival 2021 [15th Feb - 30th Apr 2021]. Following the premiere screening these were some of the comments about the film, "... a brilliant and... Read More...

IMAGE Premiere of Where Two Rivers Meet

Thursday, 04 February 2021
Eelyn Lee's latest film, Where Two Rivers Meet will premiere on Feb 25th at 8pm GMT as part of the online event, Digesting History. The film is a creative documentary about Collections in Verse, a poetry project that took place in libraries across Sheffield just before the pandemic. Cleverly weaving the story of the project together with the story... Read More...

IMAGE Resilience and Radical Care - An Online Talk

Tuesday, 01 December 2020
CAMP have invited Eelyn Lee to present an online talk on Thurs 10th Dec 6.30 - 8.00pm GMT as part of their guest artist's programme. Eelyn will talk about Resilience and Radical Care in relation to her experiences of co-founding Social Art Network and her subsequent involvement in other artist’s networks. She will touch upon network building as... Read More...