|ANDY HIGHLY RECOMMENDS (but unfortunately cannot attend) this event.
The last one was fab!
Sustainable Wales is pleased to welcome more artists to its Green Room
Series of events, held at 41, John St., Porthcawl.
On FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, at 8pm, writer Zoe Skoulding, musician Alan
Holmes, and community artist and academic, Nick Clements, will discuss
Their work with the public and local artists.
Zoë Skoulding is a poet and editor, now in charge of the international
Quarterly, Poetry Wales. Zoes latest book, Remains of a Future City (Seren)
Was on the Welsh Book of the Year list, 2008.
One of the most exciting aspects of Zoes work is her combination of poetry
With experimental soundscapes, based on collaborations with many
One of these is Alan Holmes, who has played in a host of adventurous rock
Groups in Wales, including Ectogram, and is praised by critics for his sheer
Inventiveness. This is Alans first visit to Porthcawl, an occasion modern
Music-lovers should not miss.
Nick Clements helped found Pioneers Art Group in 1981, which created
Hundreds of murals, mosaics, sculptures, stained glass, ceramic, and many
Media art works until 2004. Pioneers worked with tens of thousands of local
People to create landmark art, as well as developing public art commissions.
Nick is now Visiting Professor at Staffordshire and Warsaw Universities.
For a fascinating evening, Sustainable Wales hopes to see you
February 4, at 41, John St., Porthcawl, for the latest GREEN ROOM
Event. Remember: those who have art have all.
Entrance is £4 for a wonderfully varied evening of performance and
For more information you can call Margaret Minhinick on 01656 783405
Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org