Posts Tagged ‘ADVENTurous’

ADVENTurous Report

Posted: February 2, 2013 by reviveleeds in Advent, Events, Left Bank, Opinion
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If you’ve been to the Left Bank God Group since September, then you’ll have met Alie George, a final year student from Leeds Uni who has been helping out with our ADVENTurous and who has written a reflective report for us on her experiences and her thought for how we can do stuff at Left Bank in the future that opens people up to God and yet can still rightly be called art.

If you’d like to read her thoughts just click on the link below:

ADVENTurous Report

ADVENTurous is just round the corner

Posted: November 23, 2012 by reviveleeds in Events, Leeds, Left Bank, News
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News from the deep south

Posted: November 20, 2012 by reviveleeds in Events, Leeds, Left Bank, revive
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Some Revive people will remember Sara Heard, who now lives in London. She is exhibiting as part of ADVENTurous, and here’s her lovely interview which reflects her love of Revive and especially Left Bank!

http://leftbankadventurous2012.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/introducing-sara-heard.html

ADVENTurous elsewhere

Posted: September 28, 2012 by reviveleeds in Events, Left Bank
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ADVENTurous in Leeds is part of a wider collection of events organised by friends of revive. Gav Mart is running a similar exhibition in Colwyn Bay, and Greenbelt are sponsoring a conference and exhibition at Union Chapel, which we love!

www.leftbankadventurous2012.blogspot.com/

http://www.engediarts.com/events

http://www.adventurous.me.uk/

News: ADVENTurous

Posted: September 26, 2012 by reviveleeds in Events, Left Bank, News
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In December we are having another Advent art exhibition. This time we’re teaming up with Si Smith, Gav Mart in Wales and the Uni0n Chapel in London and calling the whole event ADVENTurous. A blog has just started:

http://www.leftbankadventurous2012.blogspot.co.uk/

The private view will be on December 2nd, so get that date in the diary. Also, we’ll be looking for everyone to contribute a session of ‘invigilation’, i.e. staffing the exhibition in the first few weeks of December.

It’s going to be great!