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A catalyst for change

Matt Belfield explains the benefits of outdoor art in all its forms

A catalyst for change © DOMINIC OLD

‘Ear Trumpet’ by Gobbledegook Theatre

‘Ear Trumpet’ by Gobbledegook Theatre

WHEN PEOPLE THINK OF ART, THEY PICTURE THE CLASSICS: paintings, sculptures, plays, literature, and music. However, there is a thriving scene beyond theatres and  galleries, happening in the heart of communities across the UK. The term ‘Outdoor Arts’ covers art in public places. It can be theatre, dance, circus, interactive technology, music, parades, or a mix of everything. It can be an intimate performance or a nighttime aerial and firework display. It is rich and varied. 

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