Well it’s been really busy at the Shop; so far, Action Factory’s project has welcomed over two hundred people for creativity and conversation. We are really excited about the final day (Saturday 12th March) when, in addition to the visual work, we will be showing some short films that show the progress of the project and include animations of people’s storyboard ideas. All work on the theme of ‘things money can’t buy’. Come in and have a tea or coffee and look around….
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The newest occupants to Blackburn LET project at 65, King William Street, are Action Factory Community Arts. The three week residency entitled ‘The New Curiosity Shop’ runs from Thursday 24th February until Saturday 12th March and will involve the company in workshops with local people to create objects, recordings and film work for a final exhibition and performance evening on Saturday 12th March.
In this time of austerity The New Curiosity Shops will be the purveyors of things money can’t buy – distributing the things that we value that you can’t put a price tag on. The New Curiosity Shop will be a project that grows throughout the three weeks. Through creative engagement visitors are invited to contribute to our collections while enjoying a free cup of tea and a chat.
To see what’s been happening so far take a look at our Flickr set;
All activities are free and take place on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 2.00pm-5.00pm.
For further information contact Action Factory on 01254 679335.
Action Factory have been based in Blackburn for twenty five years and have a unique way of bringing people together to create unusual events and ways of celebrating.
For more information check out our website; http://www.actionfactory.org
On Saturday 10 July, a team of artists and video film makers will be in Accrington Town centre. We’ll be out and about betweet 10am and 2pm asking people a short questionnaire. Artist John Flanagan will then use the information to create a new type of map for Accrington, using people’s favourite place and journeys to guide people around the town.
This is phase 1 of the Liberating Empty Terrain (LET) Project in Hyndburn.
Listen to Gayle Knight and John Flanagan on BBC Radio Lancashire during Steve Becker’s breakfast show on Friday 9th July, explaining what they’re hoping to do and why.