Clock People (Public Art Gathering)

Four Art Events from November 07 – March 08 for the people of Abbeyview.
People attending these events will experience various ideas on the notion and definition of public art, with a chance to freely discuss their opinions. Each of the evenings’ discussions will be annotated and, as a conclusion to the exercise, form a report to determine the future of Public art in Abbeyview.

The events promise to be an all round exciting experience, with a strong visual and audio backdrop to inspire and provoke opinion. All members of the community are welcome. All members of the community are welcome. Refreshments will be served. See the posters displayed around Abbeyview for info.

Thursday 29th November @ 7pm
Abbeyview Community Centre
THEME: The Importance of Time.

Nicola Atkinson Does Fly shall co-host the first event with John Cavanagh. John has created music under the name Phosphene since 2000. For the last decade and a half he has work for BBC Radio
Scotland, all the BBC networks from 1-5 and World Service/Radio International. He currently purveys twisted pop radio programmes to listeners in Latvia and New Zealand from a cellar in Pollokshields. Nicola will introduce her working practices and John will read stories by Phillip Miller, written especially for this event.

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