The opening of an exhibition of the work of three artists, Cedoux Kadima, Ricky Romain and Robert Golden. Painting, Film, Photography and Texts. It concerns the social and personal impact of alienation, torture and physical exile. All three artist’s lives have been affected by exile, are intimate with its consequences and have manifested this within their work. An exhibition relevant in many ways for our Time and our Humanity.
Wednesday 2nd December, 5pm – 8pm
(see guidelines for a safe visit to the on the BAC web site – 30 people at any one time with masks)Please note to attend the conversation you must book in advance at the BAC’s Box Office. It’s free. Thank you.A CONVERSATION IN THE GALLERY
6.30 – 7.15 pm
a free ticketed event for 24 people
with Robert Golden, Cedoux Kadima and Ricky Romain hosted by Neil OliverNeil Oliver works with Initiatives for Change, Switzerland and lives in Frome. Neil is part of the core team of Tools for Changemakers.
On the 10th December 2020 at BAC at 7.30pm there will be a Local and Global Music Concert celebrating the International Day of Human Rights in partnership with Bridport’s Rights Respecting Town and Bridport’s Refugee Support Campaign.
All Exile events are ticketed, although most are free, please check with BAC.BAC’s Covid Safeguarding is immaculate and we thank all of the staff for their incredible work in making our events and the exhibition possible.(NB: Please note that if the Covid rules change, the dates may alter and the way of sharing the work might differ (film, online, Zoom, different dates, but the exhibition will go ahead.)Lots more information coming soon.