The arty among you may have noticed an exhibition doing the Devon rounds called the Animal Gaze. The CCANW will be showing a special selection of ‘inventive and challenging short films and animations’ (18+) by 15 artists involved in the exhibition. Don’t expect Tom and Jerry dancing with Gene Kelly… it’s probably more Marley and Me…
The exhibition explores the relationships between animals and humans (Hotel for Dogs?) It features the work of over 40 international artists at CCANW and at four exhibition venues in Plymouth and is showing at the CCANW until Sunday, April 5.
Artists featured in the films include Roz Mortimer, Paul Bush, Suky Best and Tessa Farmer. The programme lasts approximately two hours and includes a short break and light refreshments.
The film will be shown at the CCANW in Haldon Forest Park on Thursday, March 5 at 7.30pm (admission £5, £3 conc.) Booking is essential so call 01392 832277, or email email@example.com
Posted by Cptn
(image: Roz Mortimer, DVD still from Dog of My Dreams shown at CCANW on Thursday, March 5)
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