Fun A Day Exhibition – 13th February at Wasps

Looking forward to this exhibition! #funaday #Dundee

Fun A Day Dundee

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We set out with a simple aim – we wanted the people of Dundee to have more fun! So we called out to them and asked them to add a little more creative fun to their days in January and over 50 Fun Makers rose to the challenge. That is definitely a reason to celebrate, so we will be showing a collective Fun a Day exhibition that opens on the 13th February.  The exhibition will run for just a few short days until Sunday 16th February – so we highly recommend that you add this date to your diary and make sure your feet start walking in our direction at some point over that weekend.

The Fun A Day exhibition will include art work from local artists, designers, students, journalists, musicians, dancers, social workers and many more people from the city. It has been fascinating to get a glimpse of…

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Happy New Year! – and how about some fun?

Happy New Two Thousand and Fourteen!

For fun this month I’m joining the “Fun A Day Dundee” folks – and capturing something each day – to be shared online and at an exhibition.

People of all sorts will be doing all sorts of fun stuff, look out for them via:

Quote about it from the originators:

Fun-A-Day is a simple concept that produces beautiful results. Participants choose a project and produce one piece of artwork every day for the entire month of January. The 31 resulting pieces create a narrative outlining each artist’s journey through the first month of the year. Projects vary from lighthearted to serious, high-brow to low-brow.

My stuff will be objects, photos and lyrics – one, two or all of these each day – plus some background.

I’m not a frequent blogger, but I’ll try to post a couple of updates during the month, watch this space 😉

To kick it off here’s a piece of driftwood I found on the shore of the River Tay this morning, with the first verse of a new song I’m writing called “High Girders” – about the infamous bridge disaster.