7th October 2017

 

Bodies & Buildings: Artist-Led Yoga. Katie Hodson & Aleksander Wojtulewicz at The Box, FarGo Village.
Recover from the biennial’s opening night with this participatory yoga session conceived and led collaboratively by a sculptor and performance artist. Bring your own yoga mat, refreshments available.
10am – 11am

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Re-Tale Private View. Ha at The Glass Box.
Celebrate the launch of Ha’s new exhibition at The Glass Box.
11am – 3pm

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Arts Award Discover: Contemporary Sculpture in a Day. The Box, FarGo Village.
Families are welcome to join early career artist/educators to learn the basics of creating large-scale sculptures out of everyday materials. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.
11:30am – 3:30pm

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Director-Led Tour of The Future. The CET Building.
Ryan Hughes, director of Coventry Biennial of Contemporary Art leads an in-depth tour of the biennial’s central exhibition, focusing on both the artworks and the historic uses of the building.
2pm – 3:30pm

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BE Play. Wolfgang Buttress at Coventry Cathedral (part of Scratch the Surface Festival).
BE will perform a unique soundscape that features the live-streamed sound of 50,000 bees from a hive within the Cathedral grounds alongside an inclusive choir developed specifically for the evening. BE will perform a constantly changing and evolving multi-sensory symphony – a dialogue between bee and human.
Performance at 6pm
Tickets cost £39.20 (Premium) or £28 (Regular). Book here.

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James Faure Walker Private View. James Faure Walker at CLASS ROOM.
Celebrate the launch of James Faure Walker’s new exhibition at CLASS ROOM.
6pm – 9pm

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