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The Boat Project Talk

Great Hall Strand Campus
16/10/2012 (20:15-21:15)

Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival 2012: Metamorphoses: transformations and conversions

Collective Spirit

'Collective Spirit' - The Boat project by Lone Twin

As part of The Boat Project exhibition, on the evening of 16 October there will be a talk by Gregg Whelan and Gary Winters of Lone Twin on the how the project grew across some 12 years of research and development and how the boat, made from thousands of individual wooden items, was designed and painstakingly constructed by a brilliantly talented team of boatbuilders and an army of volunteers. 

To book, go to our booking page.

Other Boat Projected related events at the Festival:
The Boat Project: 'Collective Spirit' in the Quad (exhibition)
Boat-side gatherings
The Ship's Log - a concert by Thirty Pounds of Bone

The Boat Project by Lone Twin is the winning commission for Artists Taking the Lead in the South East, part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad and funded by Arts Council England.

Lone Twin are one of Europe’s leading performance companies. Celebrated for creating a broad range of projects, from theatrical productions to participatory public events, the company’s work is regularly shown across the world to popular and critical acclaim.

Gregg Whelan of Lone Twin is an AHRC supported King’s Fellow in the Creative and Performing Arts.

For further information about the project visit 

Booking for guided tours (gatherings)talk and concert are now open.

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