One of the artists is Tenzin, a postgraduate student from Bath Spa University, a visitor to the city from her home in Lhasa in Tibet.
Art and Science come together at the 44AD Arts space at 4 Abbey Street in Bath. The gallery is opening its doors to all visitors for a fun-filled ‘Ways of Seeing’ family event, 12pm to 4pm August 29th to September 3rd. Mixing fine art with science and technology.
Local artists Chris Isaacs, Deepali Gaskell, Paul Hollin, Diana Blain, Paul Thomas and Tenzin, a postgraduate student from Bath Spa University, a visitor to Bath from her home in Lhasa will be showing their work to exemplify a wide variety of ‘Ways of Seeing’. And if you’ve got interesting images AD 44 will display your work too!
And there will be a chance for all visitors to complete intriguing ‘hands on’ experiments to help with increasing an understanding of ‘Ways of Seeing’. Pop in to the gallery to:-
Make a rainbow
Look through a hole in your hand
Multiply your money
See round corners
Watch pictures move
Find hidden images
Triumph over optical illusions
Learn the skills to identify mystery objects
More details at 44AD.net
or email youth44AD@gmail.com
For safeguarding reasons please note we can only welcome families. Unaccompanied children cannot be accommodated. Very sorry!