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Live Collision International Festival 2014 presents
Dates: 26 Apr - 25 Apr
Show Time: 3.00pm - 6.00pm
Where do ideas come from? And more importantly, which ones stick around and turn into something? What are the ideas, objects, phrases, images, texts or thoughts that have inspired you in the past or continue to inspire you? Throughout the 3- hour duration of the Exchange we will swap a personal catalogue of inspiration for an eclectic, multi-contributor library of ideas, incidents and events.
Third Angel’s Alexander Kelly would like to have a conversation with you, and do you a swap: idea for idea, inspiration for inspiration. Join us in the Project Arts Centre foyer for an Inspiration Exchange: just drop in for as long or short a time as you would like, swap a story or just listen, as we follow a trail to see what unexpected places we end up in when we share our inspiration.
Alex will perform a short summation of the INSPIRATION EXCHANGE during Live Collision’s LIVE ART PARTY (Sat 26, from 9.30pm til late, Project Arts Centre bar)
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