Monday, 8 March 2010

A brand new arts video on the Turner Contemporary’s current exhibition

An intergenerational Arts project from Turner Contemporary in Margate see http://www.turnercontemporary.org/whatson/?p=85 this exhibition is lead by the artist Lucy Steggals click on the link to look at her website http://www.lucysteggals.co.uk/

Click on the picture below to view the latest video from the turner Contemporary.


4 comments:

  1. Well this looks really interesting,great to see our young people interacting so well with the elderly,well done to all,we will be off to Droit House at the weekend,then grab a bite to eat at the fab cafe"bebeached"on the harbour arm.

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  2. DITTO but I may go before, is the Bebeached open in the week or just weekends in the off season ? I will have a look on their website, last time I looked I thought it looked nice in there. Art is strange here is an exhibition people can interact with and seems the like yet walking round a bathing pool is seen as daft. The more I discover the less I realise I know

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  3. Yep looks like they are open daily and the menu looks scrummy. Dont do as I did I googled be beached margate and got somewhere in Broadstairs. When I googled Bebeached Margate I got BEBEACHED MARGATE. to coin a phrase from my daughter "now thats a surprise"

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  4. Don.Bebeached is open Wed throgh till sunday 10am-5pm and sat and sunday eve 7-10pm,well worth the visit it is yummy and the owner Jean delightful,enjoy!

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