An Infinite Line
Posted 4 February 2016
Calling Wirral Residents!
We are teaming up with New Brighton Primary, Age UK and Magenta Housing to help bring you special film, An Infinite Line, that explores our beautiful coastline that will be produced by Fevered Sleep and MDI’s Move on Up health and wellbeing programme!
We are looking for adults to take part in a project on February 10th and 11th 2016. It’s open to everyone, all we ask is that you’re enthusiastic about being outside for a few hours on the beach in February and understand what this might mean in terms of the British weather!
- Do you want to:
- Get out and about on the Wirral Coast?
- Find out more about your natural surroundings?
- See things you’ve never seen before?
- Meet new people?
- Be part of a film to be screened at The Light Cinema, New Brighton?
To fully celebrate our unique coastline Wirral, Sefton, and Liverpool will culminate and provide scope for a longer film that can fully explore the coastline through imagery, writing, movement and most importantly, you, the people. To ensure that this film can be all it can be we are asking if you can spare a little spare change, with every single penny raised going toward the target of £200 that will allow us to meet the access and needs of participants.
On Feb 10th we’ll meet at Leasowe Lighthouse and on Feb 11th we’ll meet at the Wirral sailing Centre in West Kirby on the prom opposite the ice cream kiosk. Both days will run from 10.00 to approximately 3pm. We will spend approximately two hours outside in total – weather dependent (!!)
- To find out more or sign up to one or both days, please contact Rachel at MDI: 0151 708 8810 /
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Fevered Sleep was founded in 1996 by David Harridine and Samantha Butler who make new work in performance publication and visual art, for children and adults. Working alongside Fevered Sleep is MDI’s Move on Up health and wellbeing programme. MDI is one of the UK’s leading strategic dance agencies, whose mission is “inspiring people through dance”. Based in Liverpool they work with partners to create a healthy and vibrant infrastructure for dance.