'Something Good' - At Dawn, Solar Noon and Dusk
Birmingham Cathedral celebrates 300 years at the heart of the city with a festival of outdoor arts. Come and See as Cathedral Square is transformed by extraordinary sounds, words and visual art.
Join us in Cathedral Square for the Outdoor Event and Sound Performance Something Good. Live events will take place outdoors at Dawn, Solar Noon and Dusk….6.30am, 12.45pm and 6.30pm on Friday 2 and Saturday 3 October 2015. The dawn event will last approximately 20 minutes and solar noon and dusk events approximately 30 minutes.
Something Good brings together the work of artists from different faith backgrounds, neighbourhoods and communities across Birmingham. Composer DAN JONES creates a new sound landscape for the city with Skyline Symphony. Visual and mural artist MOHAMMED ALI live paints Nomad-inspired sculptures. Poet and writer MANDY ROSS explores faith traditions and Light and Dark.
Bring your smartphone to join in the ‘orchestra’ of the Skyline Symphony.
As part of the festival artist JAKE LEVER invites you to create and share your own Soul Boat which will be added to his indoor flotilla installation of Soul Boats to take place from December 2015.
Join us at the Cathedral to celebrate 300 years since the consecration of the church which became a cathedral, in a town which became a city.
For information and to take part in neighbourhood workshops across the city and in the Diocese of Birmingham please phone 0121 262 1840.
Time 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Venue Birmingham Cathedral Square