Summer School Evening Programme - 7 Nights of contemporary artists talks, live performance & music

Fingle Bridge Inn, Drewsteignton, near Exeter EX6 6PW

01647 281295
[email protected]
www.dartmoorarts.com


Sunday 28 July 2013 – Saturday 03 August 2013

Dartmoor Arts Project presents 7 nights of contemporary artists talks, live performance, music and screenings ALL WELCOME. Talks start at 7.30pm or 8pm each night (check our website) and cost £5 on the door. 

A fantastic opportunity to see performance art from internationally known artist Paul Granjon as well as hear talks by emerging & established contemporary artists. The week long programme includes:

Sunday 28 July - Desert Island Images, 3 artists talk about their top 8 art works that have inspired them.

Monday 29 July - International performance artist Paul Granjon presents some of his robotic contraptions accompanied by music & songs all delivered with deadpan humour.

Tues 30 July - Karolina Glusiec, winner of the 2012 Jerwood Drawing Prize shows her recent animations & drawings.

Wednesday 31 July - Storytelling evening, 2013 summer school storytelling students perform their stories on stage.

Thursday 1 August - Artist Andrzej Jackowski talks about his paintings & recent works.

Friday 2 August - Tim Britton, Animator, Writer and Performer with FORKBEARD FANTASY will be presenting a medley of his animations and cartoons as well as some film extracts from Forkbeard shows old and new and talking about animation and film in the context of live performance and Forkbeard’s interactive ‘living’ exhibitions.

Saturday 3 August - The Zen Hussies perform live for the end of summer school party, Rhythm & Blues,Ska, Dixieland, Swing, Calypso and Rockabilly combine into a brilliant contemporary punked-up Swingska sound.

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