Tag: leicester arts festival

Vacant Lot, Leicester Arts Festival 2014 Review

Beth Kane – Hidden Hunger Vacant Lot is a photographic and video exhibition featuring the work of five young artists, who are part of the UK Young Artists collective. The exhibition is being held at Embrace Arts which is about a...

/ 7th November 2014

Leicester Arts Festival: Performance

  Needless Alley – In Embryo –8pm Friday, The Y Theatre A new and multidisciplinary performance integrating the talents of seven artists. Dance Triple Brill – 5.30pm, Saturday, PACE Building (DMU) A programme of three works, one blending live response movement with...

/ 7th November 2014

Leicester Arts Festival: Music

Gurdain Singh Rayatt – Flashy Fingers – 6.30pm Friday, Embrace arts and 12.15pm New Walk Museum and Art Gallery Professional tabla player with a performance that is authentic to the art form yet captivating for rhythm lovers and all audiences featuring...

/ 7th November 2014

Leicester Arts Festival: Literature

Claire Sita Fisher – Writer Where You Are –New Walk Museum and Gallery Clare is the UK Young Artists Festival Writer in Residence. She’ll be writing and performing new york inspired by other artists’ work at the festival. Jo Kelen – Animal...

/ 6th November 2014

Leicester Arts Festival: Applied Arts

Eluned Glyn Ceramics – Minimus Maximus – New Walk Museum and Art Gallery Slip-casted earthenware ceramics created by re-constructing existing vessels from charity shops. The pieces are deconstructed and re-built into a solid form. The piece is used as a master...

/ 6th November 2014

Leicester Arts Festival: Moving Image

Aleks Cicha – bioFlaneur – Embrace Arts Aleks’ films superimpose recent biotechnological development and research onto the culture of consumerism. They challenge, provoke and speculate on the effects of specific scientific research onto the culture of consumerism. They challenge, provoke and speculate...

/ 6th November 2014