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Published: 30 July 2012

By Andy Ross

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Music and colour workshop

Last year, I ran a session in town on colour and music, looking at how the two influence each other, and recently folk have been asking if I could run this again. So, August 25th which is a Saturday, I shall be running a half-day workshop in Yell.

If you fancy finding out why some people say they "see" music, or "hear" colours, book yourself in for the morning. I will be giving the talk I did at the Warp and Weft exhibition in Wales, and then leading an explore of some ideas, thoughts, and work that brings the two together.

The event is not suitable for children but it is suitable for older people who are interested in using colour. In particular, there are some fascinating people who work with music and textiles, and textile-y folk will enjoy the session.

Book yourself in on 01957 744 355 or by email. The workshop will cost £10 for the morning, payable by cheque or BACS transfer, from 10am until 12:00, and you are welcome to stay on into the afternoon, chatting and reading, using the reference library or enjoying being surrounded by creative people. Bring lunch and we will provide tea and coffee. If anyone fancies baking something for us all to nibble on during the morning, that would be great!