Morpheus – an accessible journey through dreams
Created by The Turning Tides Project
Morpheus is an accessible journey through dreams inspired by the landscape of the Arnos Vale Cemetery in Bristol.
The Turning Tides Project are a group of artists, teachers, dancers, musicians, facilitators, enablers and support workers, who believe that everyone has the right of Equal Access to Music, the Arts and Life. They aim to make this a possibility for people with ‘learning disability’ and ‘autism’ labels.
The initial exhibition accompanied a music led performance in Bristol at the Arnos Vale Cemetery. The artwork was all created by the incredible individuals that created and performed their own work. It was funded by the Arts Council, and was the end of an 18 month project. The exhibition has been on tour, and they collaborated with some of the guys that live at Barnfield Farm in Luppit.
The exhibition will be held at The Beehive Honiton from 31st January 2017 for 2 weeks.
Smaller versions of the scrapbook and cd’s of the music created for the performance will be available to purchase.
You are warmly invited to join us for the official opening of the Morpheus exhibition.
Date: Tuesday, 31st January, 6-7pm
Cost: Free! Nibbles and drink included!
For more information on Morpheus and The Turning Tides Project, please visit www.theturningtidesproject.org.uk