Gavin Porter's Blog – October 2014 Archive (1)

The Big Democracy Project - Bangor

October 4th saw the first event of the Big Democracy project taking place in Penrhyn Hall, Bangor. It had taken three months to get to this point, from inviting ideas to three ideas being voted on to producing the event.

 

The chosen proposal was put forward by Bethesda poet Martin Daws – The Poetry Party – which looked at voter…

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Don’t miss this! ‘No petrol for 12 miles’: Ed Thomas’s thought-provoking & deeply moving installation on the mountainside at Penwyllt (Upper Swansea Valley) exploring cultural loss & memory. Brilliant stuff.

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