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081121KEELE Featured 8 Nov 2021 Image


Luke Jerram? GAIA, an installation that features 120dpi (Dots Per Inch) detailed NASA imagery of the Earth? surface, is being brought to Keele Chapel at Keele University by arts organisation Appetite and the University? arts programme, ArtsKeele this November.
The artwork, which measures six metres in diameter, can be seen at Keele Chapel on the Keele University campus from Saturday 6 to Saturday 27 November. Audience members will be able to visit GAIA Monday to Friday by dropping in, though capacity is limited and it will be first come first served. When visiting at the weekend audiences will be able to book a free slot online, with bookings opening Wednesday 27 October. There will also be a programme of surrounding events to complement the installation that audiences will be able to purchase tickets for, full details of which will be announced soon.
The installation will give audiences the opportunity to see the Earth as it might be seen from space, also known as the Overview Effect. This new perspective of the planet allows the audience to think about their place on the planet and remind them of the responsibility that people have to protect it.
Artist Luke Jerram specialises in the creation of sculptures, installations and live arts projects. GAIA follows on from Museum of the Moon which was brought to King? Hall, Stoke-on-Trent in 2018.
A specially made surround sound composition will be played alongside the sculpture, created by award-winning Composer Dan Jones. A full programme of events is also set to be announced which will take place beneath the stunning spectacle.
Appetite Director Gemma Thomas said: ?e are thrilled to be welcoming another of Luke Jerram? installations following the positive response to Museum of the Moon a few years ago and other works we?e presented of his Play Me, I? Yours and Lullaby. We hope that, following the past year, GAIA might be able to provide audiences with a new perspective of our place and relationship with the planet whilst enjoying the piece in Keele Chapel, a stunning space where we will also be hosting a programme of events and in a way that GAIA can be enjoyed and appreciated.?

© Pete Stonier / Stoke Sentinel

081121UnescoAward Featured 8 Nov 2021 Image


Perth and Kinross Council, Unesco City of Craft and Folk Art
PHOTO - Celebrating success ( from left)- Moira Gavin ( WASPS property manager, Creative Exchange Perth), Thomas Glen ( chief executive Perth and Kinross Council) Anna Kelso ( Creative Catalyst Scotland ), Helen O?rien ( Creative Catalyst Scotland) and Councillor Murray Lyle. Leader, Perth and Kinross Council
Pictures by staff photographer Richard Wilkins

081121BORIS Featured 8 Nov 2021 Image


Prime Minister Boris Johnson is greeted by Sir James Mackey, Chief Executive of Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust as he arrives at Hexham General Hospital in Northumberland