After visiting twenty two venues over 12 months covering 132 miles the artwork Dance has finished it’s tour of Birmingham (and occasionally over the border).
During that time it has been exhibited in:
Fourteen Churches, Three Synagogues, One Mandir, One Islamic Centre, One Cathedral, One FE College and one Art Gallery
It’s travelled from Rubery to Sutton Coldfield, from Smethwick to Acock’s Green and many places in between and been seen by several thousand people.
In all it’s travels Dance has clocked up an amazing 132 miles across Birmingham and the region.
The painting Dance has been supported by the ‘Maps of Conversationland’ which allowed people to engage with the topics of the Birmingham Conversations through pictures, poetry and questions.
The full list of venues Dance was exhibited in is:
Singers Hill Synagogue
St Mary’s Acock’s Green
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
St Mary’s Moseley
St Andrew’s Handsworth
St Peter’s Hall Green
St Michael’s Hall Green
St Chad’s Rubery
St Peter’s Maney
Holy Cross Bilsley
Walford Road Hindu Temple Tysley
Progressive Synagogue 5 ways
As Sufa Trust Aston
St Barnabas Erdington
All Saints Kings Heath
Holy Trinity Smethwick
St Nicolas Kings Norton
St Philip’s Cathedral
St Germains Edgbaston
There is a also a video which explains the process behind the creation of Dance and the Maps of Conversationland