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'R is for Revolution' pop up events in Stroud

Where: The Museum in the Park, Stroud

When: Various dates and times

Artists Christine Felce and Rachel Oram invite you to join them for some pop up events at The Museum in the Park in Stroud exploring the meaning of 'Revolution'.

These events are all free thanks to funding from Stroud Festival and there's no need to book unless for the Letter Press printmaking workshops on September 18 and 20 (limited places for these so do reserve in advance by calling 01453 763394).

The following events on the theme 'R is for Revolution' are taking place:

Revolution in Art - Art History Lectures

18th & 20th September, 11am and 2pm with art historian Shelley Campbell.

Letter Press Stamp Workshops

Make your mark and help create the R is For Revolution installation.

18th & 20th September, 12.30am and 2.30pm with artists Rachel Oram and Christine Felce

Suitable for adults and children aged 12 plus.

R is for Revolution Installation

Tuesday 25th to Sunday 29th September in Gallery One

Open Wednesday to Friday 10am to 4.30pm, Saturday and Sunday 11am to 4.30pm.

Spoken Word Performance

Wednesday 25th September, 2pm with Dennis Gould reading The Masque of Anarchy (Shelley) also at 3pm Josie Felce storyteller with harp.

Poetry in Revolution Evening

Thursday 26th September, 7.30pm, curated by Adam Horovitz with guest poets and open mic (see image)

Revolutionary DJ Music

Friday 27th & Saturday 28th September, DJ Sean Roe of Sound Records

Revolutionary Tea Party Celebration

Saturday 28th September, 2pm to 3pm with DJ, Ella Fantasia

Sunday 29th September at 2pm, special Vinyl session with Tom Berry of Sound Records

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