Dialogue 2017: "Where the water curves"
Concert, Creative Learning
Wednesday evening’s performance will include work by:
Eastbury Secondary School
Green Shoes Arts
Dialogue is an annual event which celebrates the diversity and creative talent of Guildhall students in collaboration with Londoners of all ages. Working with a wide range of East London communities, Guildhall students and staff bring together musicians, poets and visual artists to work with different community groups to produce and create new work, inspired by Bedwyr Williams’ exhibition in the Barbican Curve Gallery, The Gulch.
The project culminates in performances, workshops and installations, which bring together people of different generations, from all walks of life, families, friends and local organisations to celebrate the exceptional work of the highest artistic quality, which speaks the language of the people who made it.
Admission free (booking required). Book now via Barbican Box Office.
Listen to our podcast with Sigrun Griffiths, Programme Leader of our Guildhall Artist Masters Programme in Leadership and students Maya Khaldi and Julia Koelmann as we discuss the inspiration behind the theme of this year's festival (Bedwyr William's exhibition 'The Gulch' at the Barbican Centre), the experience and process of working with a variety of community groups, and how it all fits in to the Leadership course..
Find out more about last year's festival, entitled Outside In, in our short film.
The Broadway Theatre, Barking and Dagenham, IG11 7LS