Edie

Cinema Group

EDIE

Monday 5th November

Ace Café 2pm

Adelaide Row

Price of Ticket £2.00 (includes cup tea/coffee)

Contact Jackie for further information.

J.B

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Aftermath of the 1st World War

To: East-Durham Artists-Network <edanart@live.com>

Dear edan members and friends,

You are invited to the  edan Annual General Meeting which  will take place

Monday October 8th 2018, at the Art Block, Seaham, 6.00pm. 

The meeting will start with an illustrated  talk by Clinton Leeks on the subject of the Aftermath of the first World War. Clinton is very entertaining and engaging speaker and we are sure that you will enjoy his talk.

The AGM marks the beginning of the Edan membership year. so those who wish to become members for 2019 are invited to bring their subscriptions that evening. The cost is £30.00 per year.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

Please send any apologies to this email address.

Best wishes,

Jean S.

Walking

Friday 5th September 2018 walk to Finchale Abbey meeting at Rainton Gate 11am.

Postcode DH4 6SQ.

Do come along and enjoy a visit to this special place as you no longer have to pay 1p to cross the bridge. Bring a snack and drink (shop may be open.)

Get your boots on and join us.

Bob

October Cinema

Their Finest Hour

 Monday 1st October 2.pm

     Ace Café 2pm

Adelaide Row

Price of Ticket £2.00 (includes cup tea/coffee)

Contact Jackie for further information.

J.B

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East-Durham Artists-Network

Dear friends and colleagues,

In conjunction with the current edan exhibition ‘Ghosts’, at the Art Block, East durham Artists’ Network have organised a film-based event for the afternoon of 17th September, at the Art Block, 74 Church Street, Seaham (SR7 7HF).

You are cordially invited for refreshments at 1.30 followed by the Ribbon Road film ‘Giving Up the Ghosts’ and some further film-based material about young people in post-industrial areas like our own.

The ‘Ghosts’ exhibition was inspired by the work of Geoff Bright from Manchester Metropolitan University who is interested in the idea of ‘Social Haunting’. Social Haunting refers to the ways in which our past as a community and as individuals, affects our present lives and is especially relevant with reference to questions of identity and social confidence in areas which experienced rapid de-industrialisation. Geoff and his colleage Professor Gabrielle Ivinson, who has been working with similar ideas with young people, mainly young women,  will be presenting the films and any subsequent discussion that they might provoke.

The event will end at 4.00pm at the latest.

Please come to what promises to be an interesting afternoon.

RSVP if possible to this email address.

Best wishes,

Jean Spence (on behalf of edan)