Afrika Eye and the BFI are pleased to announce the screening of Footsteps of the Emperor at the Little Theatre, Bath, on 20th March 2o16. Part of the Made in Bath and Bristol series, this is a fundraising screening for Fairfield House charity. 8pm The Little Theatre St Michaels Place Bath BA1 1SG Advertisements
For some reason I’m only now getting to advertise this on my own blog, I have an exhibition with Angus Fraser at Royal West Academy Gallery (RWA), Bristol – 10th – 31st August 2014 (so only one week left!!) My work, multimedia works including a 23 minute film (made in collaboration with Rob Mitchell), is about the SS
My colleague Angus Fraser asked me to fill out a questionnaire for a paper he is writing. As I like to recycle and re-connect content, I’ve pasted my answers below. All the views are my own and not my employers or departments. ============= QUESTIONNAIRE BY ANGUS FRASER NAME: Dr Shawn Sobers
The only way to respond to someone who looks at a piece of artwork saying “Even I could do that”, is to say back, “But you didn’t.”
Have to use doubts as fuel, as if every time we don’t do because of doubts, we wouldn’t do much at all.
Meditation for today, which was a very particular day: With great adversity comes great strength, and the capacity to Love, and to be Loved. From sorrow, sow seeds made of tears to grow Hope, Faithfulness, Strength and Wisdom. When such times do not make sense, let Faith be your comfort. JAH Blessings. Villages of Love.
I have some photography work in this exhibition. The show tours Crawley, Barbados and Brighton throughout 2012. PRESS RELEASE The innovative programme is designed create opportunities for sharing, networking and learning for artists from diverse backgrounds, through international creative exchanges. The project has been developed as a response to the upcoming residency of the Barbados