South African artist, William Kentridge, whose work was central to BEAF’s festival theme this year, gained international acclaim for his short film series. We showased his animated film Other Faces, which articulates the concerns of post-Apartheid South Africa at Boscombe Arts Depot.
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I think this is an amazing way to brighten Boscombe High Street!
This was phenomenal! You made me remember who I want to be… 🙂
Very inspiring. I can’t wait to see what else you do! Thank you so much
That was so moving! It makes me proud to live in the Boscombe area.
Thank you 🙂 Interesting and thought provoking! Hope you stay!
I visited Churchill Gardens and it was way better than my initial expectation! We had a boogie at the silent disco and joined the African drumming workshop, then we had a wander around the really interesting art projects in the Royal Arcade and the BAD building, thank you!
I brought Alfie along who has ADHD and is also autistic. He really enjoyed the accessing the gallery space and thank you for the guided tour.
We really enjoyed seeing all the exhibits.
Gary & Alfie
Fantastic! Mark Perry’s paintings and Simon Kilimisters brain box were a highlight for me as well as the photograph of the sea after reading about the Seeking Refuge project, all about refugees and immigrants. Thank you I really enjoyed it.
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