AUTUMN/WINTER 2017 A focus on The Middle East, Sudanese-Arabic and Kurdish music, stories, Sign Language and visual arts working with international visual artists and musicians – Rachel Gadsden (Arabic art specialist), Nadia Nadarajah (Creative BSL/Visual Vernacular) Omeima Mudawi-Rowlings (Arabic textiles), Waseem Kotoub (Syrian composer), Layla Fitzgerald-Woolfe (British Sign Language film Storyteller), Rihab Azar, (Syrian Oud player) and Stephen Illiffe (UK photographer and writer).
Dates: Wednesday 18th October 2017 at Arlington Arts Centre 3 – 4pm
Wednesday 6th December at FABRICA, Central Brighton – open to the public
Doors open 7pm, event starts at 7.30pm
ALL FREE ADMISSION
Audiovisability is a ‘visual music’ art form. It leads the spectator through a thoughtful and deeply integrated arts experience, portraying music in a visually compelling and refreshingly humanistic way.
Funded by Arts Council England, Supported by the Arab British Centre, Decibels Year of Sound, Arlington Arts Centre, Fabrica Gallery Brighton and the Sobel Foundation.