"I have admired the Lookout from a distance" Sir Nicholas Serota. Director, Tate
'Ghosts of Gone Birds' curated by Chris Aldhous Monday 28th July - Sunday 10th August
An exhibition with a worldwide conservation message comes to the Aldeburgh Beach Lookout this July/ August.
After successful exhibitions in Liverpool, London, Brighton and Swansea, the international art conservation project, Ghosts of Gone Birds, will be alighting on the Suffolk Coast.
The Ghosts Concept
“The idea is simple: Ghosts Of Gone Birds asks each artist to adopt an extinct bird from a list of over 200 species and breathe life back into it - so we don’t lose any more” explains Ghosts of Gone Birds creator and creative director, Chris Aldhous.
A percentage of the profits from the sale of the original art goes to help frontline conservation projects fighting to save the lives of endangered birds around the world.
Ghosts Of Gone Birds has already helped highlight critical endangerment issues like illegal hunting in Malta & use of mist-nets, lime sticks to trap rare birds in Cyprus.
Visit their website for more details www.ghostsofgonebirds.com
25th Anniversary Exhibition at The ArtHouse
Caroline Wiseman Modern and Contemporary 25th ANNIVERSARY exhibition begins end of April and runs throughout the summer. Ring Caroline on 01728 452754 for opening times.
The Aldeburgh Beach LOOKOUT
The Aldeburgh Beach South LOOKOUT is a tiny temple of inspiration for artists, poets, writers, performers and thinkers. Each Saturday the artist reveals what he / she has created during the week. Openings are usually on Saturday lunch times between 11 - 4 pm but please check our website for full details or ring Caroline Wiseman on 01728 452754. Email email@example.com for further information. Please click here to see our Aldeburgh Beach Lookout website.
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