Monday, 5 June 2017

FREE TICKETS and more...

A short and sweet blog this week and three quick pointers!

Tickets for the free TATE Exchange event with Vic McEwan exploring our work at Alder Hey and through sound, noise and music are now available via eventbrite HERE.

Regular readers of this blog will know my former colleague and Research Associate on the Dementia & Imagination project, Katherine Taylor. Kat is currently on her Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship and from the heart of beautiful Finland, she shares her blog, which I recommend. You can link to her blog by clicking on the image above.

I wrote a very modest reflection on a conversation I had with Mike White about charlatans and snake-oil salesmen. You can read it on the London Arts and Health Forum blog, by clicking on the snake above. I remember Mike fondly. He died two years ago. Shocking - who knows where the time goes.

Photo: Gary Lomas
Stitching the Wars is a new exhibition made in collaboration with older people living in Derbyshire and arts organsation arthur+martha. Award winning project Stitching the Wars combines history, poetry and embroidery from older people living in rural Derbyshire. Artist Lois Blackburn from the arts organisation arthur+martha collaborated with older people to make community quilts embroidered with reminiscence. The exhibition opend with a celebratory event between 1pm – 3pm on 7th June 2017 at the newly refurbished Buxton Museum and Art Gallery. For more details click on the image above or HERE.


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