Strike a Light has confirmed that it will be curating an event at Fabrica gallery on Thursday 6th September 11-4pm on the theme of Rituals as part of the national Heritage Open Days events which are open to all, and free!
We are really excited about the event which will feature amongst others:
A series of events celebrating the role of ritual in our lives through a contemporary slide reel of memory and family rituals, a dance event, a talk, an Armchair Critics event, and a drop-in workshops with two artists – Jane Fordham, and Clare Nias.
Historian Sarah Tobias will also be giving an interactive talk about Victorian Death & Mourning, apt given that Fabrica is based in an old church!
And Catherine Tajima Powell will be exhibiting her ‘Traces’ work for the event. All washed down with free tea and biscuits! Now there’s a ritual!
Fabrica is a visual arts organisation based in a former Regency church in the heart of Brighton that commissions contemporary visual art installations specific to the building. There is capacity for 150 persons.
Find out more about the venue here: http://www.fabrica.org.uk or email: email@example.com
Thursday 14 June, 11-4pm
A free drop in event at Fabrica, celebrating the them of laughter. An exploration of the joys that bind, shared laughter and experience through generations which work across the age divide. Creative workshops, exhibition, talks and free cafe. Aimed at the whole community, especially older people, visitors are invited to encounter art in a relaxed and exciting way.
In collaboration with Strike a Light. In conjunction with Cinecity.
Film screening The Artist
Thursday 14 June, 6-8.30pm
A cosy evening showing of The Artist with cushions, wine, nibbles and cocoa – all for £1.
A homage to the silent era of movie, The Artist is a black and white (mostly) silent film. Jean Dujardin stars as George Valentin a world famous silent movie star, who’s life takes a dramatic turn with the onset of talking pictures. Co-starring Bérénice Bejo as Peppy Miller a young talented dancer.
In collaboration with Strike a light. In conjunction with Cinecity.