How Do You Feel? Feeling Tours and Conversations at How Do You Feel? Feeling Tours
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A event on Saturday 14th August. The event starts at 12:00.


How Do You Feel?
How do Frank Bowling’s paintings make you feel? Join us for a day of intimate and interactive events, inviting visitors to explore the artist’s work using your senses, imagination and memory, whilst making new connections. How Do You Feel? has been devised by Gaylene Gould of The Space To Come in collaboration with dance theatre practitioner Raquel Meseguer, Arnolfini, and a range of artists, writers and guest speakers. This relaxed event has been designed to create new, accessible ways to explore visual art.

FREE Feeling Tours and Conversations
Hosted by The Space To Come

Our intimate tours and conversations have been designed to allow space and time to experience the work of pioneering painter Frank Bowling through your senses, memories and imagination. You will have the opportunity to experience the paintings in a quiet environment, prompted by playful invitations from our tour guides, before reflecting on your experiences with your fellow visitors. Afterwards you are invited to join us in our Reading Room to share your experiences with one of our friendly hosts (including artists, writers and colour-specialists) who will lead the conversation and helping you explore different ways of looking, sensing and feeling.
Maximum of 10 people per tour.

Feeling Tour One
Guided by Gaylene Gould, The Space to Come
11-11.45am tour, followed by a short break.
12-12.40pm conversation in the Reading Room with Carinna Parraman, colour specialist and Director of the Centre for Fine Print Research at UWE

Feeling Tour Two
2-2.45pm tour, followed by a short break, guided by Gaylene Gould, The Space to Come
3-3.40pm conversation in the Reading Room led by a local poet

Feeling Tour Three
4-4.45pm tour, followed by a short break, guided by Zaynab Bunsie, The Space to Come
4-5.40pm conversation in the Reading Room led by a Gaylene Gould and dance artist Raquel Meseguer

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