Laughter Lines


  • Kate Munro






Author Biography

Kate Munro

is an artist and maker with a particular interest in participatory arts with people of all ages, especially those who exist on the margins of society. She is interested in offering opportunities to give people a voice, and she is fascinated by the stories people have to tell. Munro trained in sculpture at Wimbledon School of Art. She has made permanent pieces of site-specifc work for hospitals, schools, and communities across the country, and has participated in many collaborative projects across Europe. Munro’s work is widely varied in terms of subject, materials, and method. It is stitched together by the
belief that creativity and playfulness are essential as modes of communication and powerful tools for forging links among communities and between people and their environment. Readers may write to Kate Munro at






How to Cite

Munro, K. “Laughter Lines”. Age, Culture, Humanities: An Interdisciplinary Journal, vol. 2, Jan. 2015, pp. 109-11, doi:10.7146/ageculturehumanities.v2i.130662.