You Are Now – Become a wind charmer

06/09/2013

 

You Are Now – Become a wind charmer

06/09/2013

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WE ARE NOW
Let’s create the legend of tomorrow.
Sunday 15th September, 2pm, Dunstable Downs

Be part of a legend and become a wind charmer.
Join in the creative adventure We Are Now,
commissioned and produced by Bedford Creative Arts
working with artist Laurence Payot
and a team of creative people.

WALK up the Downs to follow the Wind Stories Trails
or meet with our Dunstable Wind Stories’ guide
starting in the field by Whipsnade Roundabout, 1.30pm.

MEET US by the Chilterns Gateway Centre, LU6 2GY at 2pm.
Become a wind charmer, create the legend of tomorrow.
See your wishes for the wind fly away in a giant flying collective sculpture.

WEAR black, silver or white if you can.
Find some inspiration on our website: http://www.we-are-now.co.uk
and Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/we.are.now.Dunstable
or get in touch, info@bedfordcreativearts.org.uk, 01234 818670

The project is supported by Arts Council England and The Chilterns Conservation Board.
Special thanks go to the National Trust at Dunstable Downs and Dunstable Town Council.

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