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Kinetic Bournemouth: bringing art in motion to the masses (with your help)

As the IMAX comes down and the summer festival schedule goes up, there is a real opportunity for Bournemouth to celebrate its local artists more than ever before. The whole waterfront area will be revitalised and with that in mind, we are asking you all to dig deep and donate to secure the future of free festival Arts In Motion. The event is scheduled to take place in the Bournemouth Lower Gardens on May 11-12 and last week saw a fun and friendly fundraiser take place at The Winchester to raise the first set of funds.

‘Tetchy’ Tuesday was transformed into a weekend-worthy party with friendly hosts from AJ Events offering massages, live art to enjoy, a signature wall and some rather lethal shots… damn it… The line-up included our favourite Winchester residents LA Williams and Kuba Drypher, mixing effortless deep tech house that made it impossible to leave at a decent hour. Thank goodness I don’t have a 9am-5pm job anymore…

There was a lot of local support for Arts In Motion, an interactive group exhibition featuring artists from around the UK. This exhibition will explore the link between nature and society; this manmade art will be juxtaposed against the natural beauty of Bournemouth for added impact.

The festival takes place in association with Dorset Visual Arts and the Arts University Bournemouth. If you can donate as little as £1, every little helps, but if you wish to donate a little bit more, there are rewards on offer for corporate and group donations. Find out more here… http://www.sponsume.com/project/arts-motion-kinetic-bournemouth

Line-up:

Uncle D 

Lee A Williams

Adrian Kiliszek 

Willnoir

Kuba Drypher

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Editor in chief Suzi Dixon studied at Bournemouth university, went away for a while to work at The Daily Telegraph, then moved back to the sunny South coast for a quiet (er) life. Bournemouth News & Info is her website and she is assisted by the fabulous Fred From France in all things geeky and technical. Hire us to make your website, too, if you like.

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