Black History Month event - what a success!
On Wednesday 14th October 2015, ‘Everyday People’ held an inspirational event at Centre 81. Over 140 visitors, volunteers and respondents enjoyed listening to speakers, participating in creative art activities for children, and the launch of our first project gallery exhibition portraying the culture and memories of respondents from our wonderfully diverse communities.
The audience was also treated to the premier screening of 'Everyday People: Gallery Exhibition Film', which was written, edited and created by Sue Morrison, using materials created by our fantastic volunteers! The short 'taster' gallery film included wonderful extracts from the project's oral history interviews, and ended with a tantalising burst of music and song from the amazing Gypsy Big Luck band!
By the way, Gypsy Big Luck, an authentic Gypsy musical band, are available to book for performances! Contact: 07501025959 / 07824707085
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