There are a number of associated events happening as part of C-Art 2015. Some are ticketed and some are free so please look at the links below for more details.
Rowena Beaty at St Mary’s Church, Wreay | 11- 14 September
Friends of St Mary’s Church, Wreay, present an exhibition of the work of the sculptor Rowena Beaty set within the beautiful interior of St Mary’s Church. On Saturday 12th September, as part of the Friends of St Mary’s Open Day, Rowena will talk about the creative act of sculpture and her reaction to and affinity with the work of Sarah Losh, creator of this unique church: Tickets £10 (including lunch and tea) www.stmaryswreay.org.uk
Alex Jakob-Whitworth and Barbara Gilbertson, Synesthesia at Dufton Ghyll Woods | 12 September at 10am
What colour is the sound of a violin? What note is bright light? How do we paint a tune?
These questions are posed by visual artist, Alex Jakob-Whitworth working in ink and paint and pastels, and a professional violinist, Barbara Gilbertson, at Dufton Ghyll Woods – responding to their surroundings and each other’s work…in a beautiful natural amphitheatre with stunning acoustics.
Brougham PhotoFest 3 | 11 – 13 September
This year’s festival has a photography and poetry theme and will be taking place from 11th-13th September 2015. There will be live performances, national and local exhibitions, work for sale and the workshops by photography experts. Featuring Ian McMillan and Ian Beesley. The programme is available via www.simonwhalley.org
Abandon Normal Devices Festival at Grizedale Forest | 18 – 20 September
The Festival will create a site for exploration and uncover the secret architecture of the forest through a programme of artworks, events, trails and film happenings.
Poetry Performance at Brantwood in the Severn Studio | 20 September
This collaboration of artist Sally Bamber and poet Maggie Norton celebrates ignored and unheralded/overlooked wild flowers. Maggie will perform her poems in the Severn Studio among the watercolours of wild flowers by Sally Bamber.
Film PINA (U) at the Old Fire Station, Penrith | 24 September 7pm
PINA is a feature-length dance film with the ensemble of the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, featuring the unique and inspiring art of the great German choreographer, who died in the summer of 2009. Part of the Remote Cinema screenings this Autumn.
Click herefor further details and to view the catalogue.