Black Breeze

11.09.2011 (10:00 - 18:00)

Venue

Dalston Eastern Curve Garden
13 Dalston Lane
Hackney, London E8 3

Artist/Designer

Gary March

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Black Breeze

"When I am masked, I am not myself"

(African proverb)

Black Breeze is a talent competition and design workshop for young people aged 15-25 from African and Caribbean background at Dalston Eastern Curve Garden. In an all-day event sculptor Gary March will show participants how to carve beautiful masks from breeze block.

Register your talent on www.thekindest.org/blackbreeze

Entrance to the Garden is located next to the Hackney Peace Carnival Mural, at 13 Dalston Lane.

Getting to the Garden
The Garden is two minutes walk from Dalston Junction and about five minutes walk from Dalston Kingsland Overground stations.

Buses 38, 56, 242 and 277 stop just outside (due to building work the nearest east bound bus stop is on Balls Pond Road)  and 67, 76, 149 and 243 all stop on nearby Kingsland High Street.

In partnership with

British European Design Group The Kindest Group

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