Monthly Archives: August 2015

Welcome to the DREAMLINE

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The Undecided Art Collective are collecting dreams for the upcoming UNDECIDED ON DREAMS exhibition at the award-winning Ventnor Fringe Festival this August.
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We’ve joined forces with the marvellous team at On The Wight to bring you DREAMLINE, a dedicated answerphone service where you can ‘donate’ your dreams, however far-out, bizarre or boring, any time of the day or night. Simply call and leave a message after the harp sounds but be warned, the adventures of your sleeping brain might end up somewhere in our new exhibition in the form of awesome artwork by more than 20 exciting emerging Artists including animators, painters, film makers, musicians, computer scientists, textile artists, photographers, printmakers, puppeteers and more…

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With the Undecided Dreamline you can send your dreams our way!
We’ll make them in to pretty things with paintbrushes and clay-

Or songs and…

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The Art of Democracy – Quay Arts

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Today, Holly Cade and Rachael Berry went to visit the new ‘Art of Democracy’ Exhibition in the West Gallery at the Quay Arts Centre in Newport and loved it! We strongly recommend a visit!

‘The exhibition coincides with the 800th anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta, 750 years since De Montfort parliament, the 2015 UK election, and arrives at a time where we question the art of democratic debate.’

Two enormous thrones, seats of power by Paradox Paul and Maya Malfatti dominate the space – real show stoppers alongside some of their fabulous signature photo composites. Rachael couldn’t resist sitting on the seat entitled ‘Game of Thorns’ (she even took her shoes and socks off and let her hair down to look the part).
Daniel Roberts’ ‘Rename TTIP’ project is a particular highlight (incorporating a SPECTACULAR handmade printing press!) and a poignant collaboration between John Armstrong, Georgia Newman and…

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