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ESTUARY 2016: ESTUARY SONGWRITING PROJECT
A short film documenting the story of The Estuary Songwriting Project so far. Directed by Andy Delaney, featuring Hazel Askew, M.G. Boulter, Lucy Farrell, Piers Haslam, Roshi Nasehi, Nick Pynn, Alasdair Roberts, Kate Waterfield, Paul Collier, Jo Overfield, Colette Bailey. Sponsored by EFDSS, Leigh Folk Festival, Estuary 2016. Supported using public funding by Arts Council England.
Artist Interview: Scottee
Interview with artist Scottee about his new work ‘Any Excuse’.
Play Peterborough New Or Never
Re-discover and explore Peterborough through play.
When was the last time you walked back in silence and watched the world pass by in slow motion? Have you ever followed a line on the pavement and pondered the future?
Play Peterborough Now Or Never! is a new free app for mobile devices that takes people on a playful journey of discovery around the city. The app suggests directions and actions that will help you experience Peterborough’s public spaces in a fresh and imaginative way. Watch out for the free download in the App Store or Google Play.
Read more about Play Peterborough Now Or Never here.
70 x 7 The Meal, Act XXXIX
70 x 7 The Meal Act XXXIX by Lucy + Jorge Orta, Peterborough 20th September 2015, as part of Metals Harvest Festival
NetPark: Jamie Gledhill’s Talking Trees
Talking Trees is a playful new work by Jamie Gledhill commissioned for NetPark. Within the park, use the Junaio browser to find the Talking Trees of Chalkwell Park. Some of them have a lot to say and will appear as moving images on trees.
More info here.
Tuesday afternoon saw around 400 people of all ages trying out the 10 new artworks and stories that are the inaugural collection of digital artworks for Metal’s NetPark project – a new, permanent digital art park in Chalkwell Park – the first of its kind in the world.
Find out more about NetPark here.
Harvest Festival Time Lapse
Harvest Festival time lapse
Harvest Festival Film
Harvest Festival Film
The festival celebrated the relationship between the city and its rural countryside, connecting people to the land and its associated Harvest rituals, whilst promoting local food and its suppliers. More info here.
Village Green: Next Generation film by SHSG
A short film by SETSA/Royal Opera House Bridge cultural ambassadors from Southend High School for Girls who attended Village Green: Next Generation arts and cultural festival for schools on Friday 10 July 2015.
Village Green Arts & Music Festival 2015
Hurrah! Thank you all so much for coming to this year’s VILLAGE GREEN arts & music festival – all 25,000 of you grown-ups, teens, kids and babies! We had a fantastic day yesterday – with a great, friendly vibe in the crowd, on stage, backstage, in tents, out on the fields. Read more here.
Making digital work: mobile, featuring Netpark
“Making digital work: mobile” – a film by Nesta – featuring Metal’s NetPark digital park project (3:45).
Read more about NetPark here.
Village Green Next Generation 2015
Every year we invite Southend school children for a school only art & music day using Village Green infrastructure, the day before the main festival. This year over 3,300 children came to enjoy art, music, theatre and workshops at Chalkwell Park. See more about Village Green here: http://www.villagegreenfestival.com