Slow art day at centre

Elizabeth Davis gallery learning facilitator at the National Glass Centre at the Mirror Neurons exhibition.
Elizabeth Davis gallery learning facilitator at the National Glass Centre at the Mirror Neurons exhibition.
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BLOW me away – art lovers are being urged to take it easy.

Slow Art Day is an international celebration aimed at getting people to enjoy art at a leisurely pace.

Image from Michael Snow's, Wavelength, 1967, 16mm film, 45 minutes, colour and sound. Showing as part of Slow Art Day (April 28)

Image from Michael Snow's, Wavelength, 1967, 16mm film, 45 minutes, colour and sound. Showing as part of Slow Art Day (April 28)

The National Glass Centre in Sunderland is joining in the fun this Saturday.

UK artist Simon Pope will be giving a talk at 1pm on his work involving walking and memory.

Canadian visual artist Michael Snow will be screening his 16mm film Wavelength in the University’s Media Centre Cinema, next to the centre at 3pm.

A family workshop will be on offer from 10am to noon, so aspiring artists can create pieces using light-sensitive paper exposed in the sun.

To book contact the National Glass Centre on 515 5555.