2 weeks ago
More ideas please! The visionary thinking (ahem) of ideas, events and projects at our previous sessions has been utterly brilliant…but we always welcome more from you lovely people.
The next meeting, on Monday 3rd June, from 7pm, is at the Snowgoose, Sunderland St. and we’ll be focusing on talks, walks, food, games and everything else in-between and roundabout. Sessions are open to everyone, just bring your ideas to collaborate on the programme for Barnaby 2020 Vision. bit.ly/2JQEKMF ... See MoreSee Less
Change of plan for Monday night's open meeting, we're in the Snow Goose on Sunderland Street from 7pm not the Park Tavern... we're still talking visual art, installations, site-specific work, photography, film and how to make Barnaby 2020 the best yet. bit.ly/2HaWNt7 ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago
Do you know about the Makers Place at the Silk Museum on Park lane? This is a selling workshop space for Local makers and they currently have a space for a creative person to join them. Whether that's you or not, why not go and have a look at what they do or sign up for one of their many making classes. All housed in Macc's handsome Silk Museum (former Art School ofcourse)! ... See MoreSee Less
Remember Zarah Hussain's Invisible Threads from last year's festival? Well, we're going to be talking visual art, installations, photography & film at our next open programming session on Monday, 7pm at the Park Tavern. Come along and help us make Barnaby 2020 one to remember. You can pop along or sign up here barnabyfestival.org.uk/events/open-programming-3/ Photo: Natalie Kennedy. ... See MoreSee Less