Next Thursday March 13 is going to be a “wow!” of an ACT (Art-Culture-Tourisme) in Beeston, Nottingham, UK. It is also going to be a “cultural experiment” bringing all together to perform artists from different Nations of the world. I’m very glad to be part of this wonderful event, promoted by ACT, with my Lacer/actions Project about works of torn and decomposed publicity posters, natural and random “cracks” and urban signs.
The second event (Cultures Crossing) will be held at Anglo-Scotian Mills on Wollaton Road, Beeston, from18:00 to 20:30 (March 13). This time, there will be guest performers coming from different countries presenting wonderful music, dance, literature, arts etc. It is also a great opportunity to network with people from the business and creative domain. This event is free admission.
Marysia Zipser (ACT group, Events Manager & Arts/Heritage Tourism promoter) announced that “The 2nd networking event of ACT group” is going to be a “cultural experiment” bringing the “following artists together to experience via their YouTube extracts:Roberto Alborghetti (reporter, author, visual artist, founder of “Lacer/actions” project), Suman Guptar (contemporary Indian artist in Kashmir), Ron G Button (poet & short story writer in Denver, Colorado), Rand Heidinger (visual artist & Brand in Winnipeg), Beverley Price (jewellery artist in Jo’burg), Aenaeas Macrae (abstract artist in Vancouver).
Here’s the latest line-up of performers: Ling Peng (musician and composer playing Erhu), Dori Kirchmair (artist, poet, inspirational talker – reciting her poem “Resonance”), Trak E Smith (poet, author, artist, antiques dealer, lecturer – reciting his latest Beeston poem “The Haj”), Adam Zareba (musician, songwriter, dream chaser, Media Studies student at Nottingham Trent University ).
The event will be video-filmed, photographated and audio boo pod-casted and edited and posted on ACT website which will be officially launched on 13th March too.
ACT Group (Art-Culture-Tourism)
Marysia Zipser (Founder/Secretary), Paul Boyd (Chair), Oksana Holbrook (Treasurer/Legal), Shalen Fu (ACT Assistant & Comms/Journalism student from University of Nottingham & Ningbo).
5 pensieri riguardo “NOTTINGHAM (UK): MY “LACER/ACTIONS” TAKING PART TO “2ND NETWORKING EVENT” OF ACT GROUP (MARCH 13) / A “CULTURES CROSSING” EXPERIMENT…”
Great, look forward to the ACT event! Dori
Thank you Dori! It’s nice to be part of this event!
Hi Roberto, it’s fabulous that it can connect across the world!
Another grateful “Wow!” Roberto, on behalf of our merrie band of ACTing players…RRR – Revolt, Rebellion…and Regeneration! “Regeneration” sounds better than “Recycling” doesn’t it?! Start playing the music for tomorrow evening!
Thank you so much Marysia for giving this wonderful opportunity to artists from different Countries! I’m so glad that this post reached n.1 and it is still there!