What a wonderful weekend of performances, film screenings, walking tours and the opening of this years Doremi- exhibition! A huge, warm thank you to all those who came. To Jo Beattie, and to Christine McGregor, Marian Simmons and Eileen McGregor for catering for us all.
And if you didn’t make it, there’s still time! The exhibition runs until 4th September 2016.
Louis-Jack Horton-Stephens showing off his freshly painted nails and new-found knowledge of pearls from the River Eede, both imparted by Lillian Wilkie
Elizabeth Porter giving a beautiful reading as part of Different Skies Spoken Word set
‘Big Trucks, Yeah’ by Alex Culshaw, shown as part of the Doremi film programme
Rachel and Fran from East Street Arts tuning in to ‘Project (?/?)’ by Louis-Jack Horton-Stephens
And the dancing begins with DJ set by Elliott Horton-Stephens and the live-mixed ‘Wolff Machine’ by Jacob Wolff
Josh Wilson performing ‘Site Writings’
Merlin Fulcher’s and The Hermit’s walking tour of Florence Arts Centre and the Doremi exhibition
Artist moving image by Amanda Rice, showing as part of the Doremi film programme
The travellers from London having 40 winks before the film screening
In “The Hermit’s Cave”, aka the new Florence Arts Centre Artist Studios, with work by Mark Essen
‘Doremifasolasido’ is a project by Jocelyn McGregor – it is an annual, peripatetic group residency that invites emerging artists from around the country to Cumbria to forge links between artists and arts organisations working in urban and rural settings. Each year artist participants are selected by partners from around the country. During the week-long residency participating artists create work, from sculpture to performance and film, in response to the site, culminating in an Open Weekend and exhibition of work made over the residency.
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