Fes­ti­val pon­ders mean­ing of life

The Press and Journal (Aberdeen) - - NEWS -

Na­ture lovers who take a stroll around Haddo House this week, are be­ing en­cour­aged to con­tem­plate the mean­ing of life with new art in­stal­la­tions around the es­tate’s cir­cu­lar route.

As part of this year’s Haddo Arts Fes­ti­val, cur­rent and for­mer stu­dents of Gray’s School of Art have cre­ated 17 pieces through­out the coun­try park, near Tarves, en­ti­tled ‘Dawn to Dusk’.

The project has been in­spired by Is­raeli poet, Ye­huda Amichai, whose poem ‘Like our bod­ies im­print’ is also fea­tured within the trail, and its aim is to ex­plore “Na­ture, Art and Hu­man­ity”.

Haddo Arts Fes­ti­val is a project of the new char­ity Haddo Arts. For more de­tails on the fes­ti­val, visit: www.had­doarts.com/ haddo-arts-fes­ti­val-2017/

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