Bounce! arts festival weekender 2015
This year's Bounce! will be from 3rd to 6th September and again primarily at the Lyric. We'll have a mix of family-friendly workshops, theatre, music, poetry and visual arts, plus the usual exemplary access and a few overseas visitors.
Tickets available on-line in Lyric Theatre
new 'Art & Biscuits' programme
The Arts & Disability Forum is setting up a new arts programme for individuals with early stage dementia or Alzheimer’s to get involved along with a partner, friend or carer.
Quiver by Elvin Simpson
Friday 31st July to Friday 28 August 2015
gallery opening hours: Tuesday to Friday, 11am-3pm
admission free; gallery accessible
Launch: Thursday 30th July, 5-7pm
Artist’s Conversation: Thursday 6th August, 1pm
Elvin Simpson’s work is an exploration of the interactions between himself, others, the built environment and the natural world, and is deeply rooted in symbolism, psychology and therapeutic interaction. Through use of symbols and colour the work expresses an internal psychological and/or emotional condition. The artworks are built up of layers cut to create a latticework of patterned symbols through which we see another layer, another layer behind that, and so on.
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