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THE IMAGINARIUM OF US

THE IMAGINARIUM OF US

The treasury of now

The treasury of now


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In September The Imaginarium of Us comes to Exeter’s valley parks.

Part exhibit and part performance, this wonderful, wildly creative ramble will celebrate the extraordinary and the everyday, the places we love, and our hopes and dreams in a beautiful corner of your local park.


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You’ll be able to meet the ethereal 'Curiositors' who will guide you through participatory exhibits, strange machines, ghostly voices and bizarre objects in a journey through a strange yet familiar world. They're inquisitive collectors who travel through time and space, gathering objects and memories that mean the most to people.

Performances will run in separate slots from 5 – 10.30pm on 3rd, 4th, 17th & 18th September in Ludwell, Mincinglake and Riverside Valley Parks.

For more information & to book your tickets


CLICK HERE

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IMAGINEERS ASSEMBLE!


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These workshops happen during July and August. You’ll be invited to come and work with our artists on some of the participatory pieces for the Imaginarium.

Workshop Dates

St Katherine's Priory 23rd and 30th July Sarah Johns - pottery sculpture

Wonford loves Ludwell 14th August, join Sara Downham-Lotto making a giant decorative banner

Riverside Park August Mike Hartley - animation to be decided- watch this space!

For more details please email us on ticketing@burnthecurtain.co.uk

Any special requirements or queries please ring 07512 550642 or email
kerrie@burnthecurtain.co.uk


Back in the wettest May on record we asked the local community to don their wellies and join us on springtime creative Wondrous Ramblings followed by a celebration in June of the work they and the artists had created; The Sum of Our Imaginings.

Burn the Curtain’s thrilling new community project The Imaginarium of Us is gathering momentum! We made this with you...

Thanks for being with us on this exciting community journey made possible by public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England and Exeter Canal and Quay Trust.

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