Time Travellers of Dunstable!

01/04/2014

 

Time Travellers of Dunstable!

01/04/2014

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Do you work with older people in Dunstable? Do they have memories of Dunstable they would like to share? If so we would like to hear from you.

We would like to offer local groups of older people the chance to take part in a new art work for the town. We are particularly interested in working with groups who may not usually have the opportunity to take part in the arts.

Bedford Creative Arts have commissioned artist Julie Myers to create an audio artwork with people living in Dunstable. Participants will have the opportunity to share and record their memories of Dunstable that will help create a public artwork. Sessions will be fun and informal and no specialist knowledge is required.

The artist will be available to visit groups on the afternoons of the 29th April, 6th May, 13th May and 10th June and the artwork will be exhibited in Dunstable in July. The artist will visit for an hour and will bring all necessary equipment. All participants will be invited to the public event.

If you are interested in making a booking for your group or if you would like to find out more please email Kerrie Duggan Kerried@bedfordcreativearts.org.uk or call 07950 350 120.

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