This is a repeating event7 october, 2016 10:00 am
A two week-long arts event in response to the border crisis Cath Little, Joanna Grace, Jennifer Hawthorn, Mikky Saunby, Meg Beamish, Charlotte Manser Penarth Pier Pavilion, The Esplanade, Penarth, CF64
A two week-long arts event in response to the border crisis
Cath Little, Joanna Grace, Jennifer Hawthorn, Mikky Saunby, Meg Beamish, Charlotte Manser
Penarth Pier Pavilion, The Esplanade, Penarth, CF64 3AU
Sat 1 Oct
12:30 – 4pm: Beyond Borders ‘Big Draw’ event
Cardiff M.A.D.E., 41 Lochaber Street, CF24 3LS
Fri 7 – Mon 17
10am – 5pm: ‘Things we Share’ Exhibition
10am – 2.30pm: Story Telling: Narrative of journeying and arrival
10am – 2.30pm: Sensory journeys and storytelling
2pm – 5pm: Artist Sharing Event: FLUX: Art, Society and Responsibility
Disability Access: Yes
Family friendly: Yes
Beyond Borders explores how creativity can encourage debate about asylum with local and refugee families using the shoreline, the unique language of clay and a multidisciplinary cast: musicians / storytellers / illustrators / poets / archaeologists and representatives from the refugee council come together to inform and inspire!
Our journey will begin with a ‘Big Draw’ event, as families explore the very thing that unites us with every human being across the globe – the earth beneath our feet. Using drawing as a conversational tool we will record our encounters, of stories of journeying and the relief of seeing land come into view, to being scientists testing the magnetic pull of the planet, to investigating the earths embedded histories and learning about environmental art.
These drawings – notations / thoughts – will form part of the exhibition: ‘Things we share’.
Come, be part of this on-going venture by attending drawing and sensory story-telling workshops, contributing to an on-going installation of modelled ‘objects’ that would be taken on a journey across land and sea, and hear artists speak at our ‘sharing event’ discussing how creativity can alight curiosity and awareness of issues often too politicized or complex to raise in other ways.
7 (Friday) 10:00 am - 17 (Monday) 5:00 pm
41 Lochaber Street, CF24 3LS