Below is a wee overview of some of week 3 of the Arts Across Learning Festival in images – a week that was full of authors, dance, theatre, physical activity, music, historic archives, printmaking and a shadow puppet theatre in a caravan!
This week is the final week of the Festival, can’t believe it has come around so quickly! It is also the last chance to come along to the CreativiTEA Rooms from 4 – 6 pm at Aberdeen Arts Centre each festival day. As well as the usual open drop in with artists and teachers popping by for a cuppa, a fine piece and a natter, tonight composer and musician David Trouton will be our Tea Rooms “artist in residence” and tomorrow we have writer, historian and performer Allan Burnett alongside the lovely folk from MAKE-aberdeen. Wednesday sees our last Specials Board taking place, with storyteller and theatre maker Andy Cannon in a conversation about passing on Scotland’s history to children and young people using creative approaches and drama. And Thursday is the last CreativiTEA Rooms and the festival close!
All of the Tea Rooms artists have been involved in the festival so come along for a blether, find out more about their festival workshops and what else they get up to, and generally pick their brains! See you there!