Black Gold Arts Festival


Black Gold Arts Festival

Wednesday 5 – Saturday 8 October 2016
Contact, HOME & STUN. Manchester

Bringing together established and emerging Black, Asian, and minority ethnic (BAME) artists from dance, theatre, film and live and performance art, with new work, critically acclaimed pieces, and some stuff just for fun.  A new force, led by artists, working for artists.

www.contactmcr.com

http://www.bgafestival.com/

Full details here bgaf2016-press-release

Related Works.

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Darren Pritchard Dance – Rent Party

Darren Pritchard Dance – Rent Party

CHAD TAYLOR – Persistence

CHAD TAYLOR – Persistence

BGAF 2017 – Nuclear

BGAF 2017 – Nuclear

David Hoyle – Diamond

David Hoyle – Diamond

Cheryl Martin – Who Wants to Live Forever

Cheryl Martin – Who Wants to Live Forever

SPRING REIGN – A story from the Syrian conflict

SPRING REIGN – A story from the Syrian conflict

Debs Gatenby – A Place Called Happiness

Debs Gatenby – A Place Called Happiness

Imani Jendai – SpeechLess

Imani Jendai – SpeechLess

Yvonne Shelton – Testimony

Yvonne Shelton – Testimony

Rachel Goodyear – Blindspots

Rachel Goodyear – Blindspots

Jackie Hagan – Some People Have Too Many Legs

Jackie Hagan – Some People Have Too Many Legs

Cheryl Martin – Alaska

Cheryl Martin – Alaska

Louise Wallwein – Glue

Louise Wallwein – Glue

Debs Gatenby – Hi, Anxiety

Debs Gatenby – Hi, Anxiety

David Hoyle, Bourgeois and Maurice, Gerry Potter Poet

David Hoyle, Bourgeois and Maurice, Gerry Potter Poet
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