We would like to invite you to an evening of live music, motion graphics and costume design.
The work of three creatives is being celebrated in an artistic display featuring live music, motion graphics and costume design.
The ‘Home and Lives’ performance evening takes place on Friday 8th June, from 6.30pm and features folk music from Durham based singer-song writer Harri Endersby who will be preforming a selection of songs from her new album.
During Harri’s performance a collection of striking visuals developed by Cleveland College of Art and Design (CCAD) student Rory Henderson will be projected onto a unique dress crafted especially for the occasion by fellow CCAD student Amy Norris.
The collaborative project draws on the themes Harri raises in her album titled ‘Home and Lives’ addressing ideas of home, memory and belonging. This is spectacularly communicated through the dress and the visuals, creating a reimagined audio visual experience that people can personally engage with.
The performance evening is free entry and will include drinks, time to meet and talk to the artists from 6.30pm and a live performance taking place at 7pm.
Harri’s performance is a one-off event, however the ‘Home and Lives’ exhibition will be on display in Hartlepool Art Gallery from 2nd - 30th June.