IYL15 - How Light Inspires Creativity

15-March-2015

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Dunbar Townhouse @ 8.30pm

 Dunbar SciFest is delighted that New Thing’s first meeting will be held before Dunbar Sci-Fest’s ‘How Light Inspires Creativity’ on Sunday 15 March from 7.45pm at The Dunbar Townhouse. Here is a new thing to bring us together in conversation and thought. ‘New Thing’ will be a series of informal discussions, talks, presentations and performances organised around a theme, idea or to accompany an event.

Let there be Light! How light inspires creativity... starts at 8.30pm. The way the light influences the artist and the poet will form the basis of what promises to be an enlightening discussion in this The Year of Light. In celebration of the United Nations Year of Light 2015, and after the incredible light installation
'The Magic Lantern' at Barns
Ness, this exciting panel event will feature the Light Artist, Malcolm Innes; the international X-ray artist and Artist in Residence at The British Institute of Radiology, Hugh Turvey;  Black Light and CoastWord's Writer in Residence 2014, Sheree Mack, who will be discussing her work and reading from her poetry collection inspired by Dunbar, 'Borrowed Light.' 
£8 Tickets, bookable via dunbarscifest.org.uk or
www.coastword.co.uk or on the door.
 

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Photos by Hugh Turvey HonFRPS, Artist in Residence, The British Institute of Radiology