supercollider is a non profit organisation led by artists and ran by volunteers who are motivated by an intense passion for the arts and cultural development and regeneration of Blackpool
Blackpool, Lancashire (PRWEB) November 15, 2008
There is a buzz in the air around the local town of Blackpool this November, the town that boasts the world famous Blackpool Illuminations, recently joined headline news over its ambitious Regeneration plans, plays host to SUPERCOLLIDER.
You would be mistaken if you thought supercollider was the local theme parks latest edition, to a different audience it's far more exciting than that. Supercollider is a young, yet important project conceived by local brain child Tony Ireland.
Tony says "supercollider is a non profit organisation led by artists and ran by volunteers who are motivated by an intense passion for the arts and cultural development and regeneration of Blackpool"
The project aims to bring together people with like minded interests, who are enthusiastic and dedicated to the regeneration program of Blackpool and aims to bring back the culture once lost.
Education will be at the back bone of the initiative helping individuals within the community engage, debate, participate and understand art in ways they had not imagined. The programme will also deliver exhibitions and events throughout the year creating a groundbreaking approach that will encourage social engagement between the audience and the artists and furthering the regeneration of Blackpool.
Volunteers with similar views and practiced disciplines are also welcomed by the group pushing to place Blackpool back on the map through the power of ART.
Supercollider is kindly hosted by Dolphin Promotions, a web design and SEO company based in Blackpool.
The show will be open Saturdays and Sundays between 1pm and 5pm at the Dolphin Promotions offices at:
1st and 2nd Floor
32 Clifton Street