Garden Party and Barbeque At The Garston Embassy
Sunday 31st August 2008 13.00 to 17.00
In May Garston declared the Artistic Republic Of Garston and Cultural Independence from Liverpool when 700 people took to the streets of Garston. The disused school on Wellington Street is now Garstons Cultural Embassy. The Garston Embassy is complete with giant electric palm trees, transparent fountain, working olive oil mine, a maze and a balcony full of animated waving dignitaries.
Alex Corina Creative Director says “ The Garston Embassy the brainchild of artist Michael Trainer, it has humour, and spectacle, with a glorious Edwardian building. It is so appropriate for Garston and our campaign to create an arts and cultural centre in the area. The Embassy is the culmination of a 4 year campaign to have Garston declared a Cultural Village”
Garden Party and Barbeque
Garston Cultural Village are holding a Summer Garden Party with a difference at the Embassy. It is Free, as well as an opportunity to view the Embassy there will be Clowns, Jugglers, Face Painting, Art Workshops live music and the chance to meet and draw the President.
“The Garden Party is a celebration of the creative talent in Garston and the culmination of a six week summer arts programme offering workshops in Arts Crafts, Mozaic, Drama, Cartoon, and Family Craft Days. On show will be work produced by Garston youngsters over the summer.”
For Further information contact 427 9995 or 0776 338 8509