British Council – Life at 360 degrees

British Council – Life at 360 degrees

British Council’s art events in August to celebrate the office move to 20 Thuy Khue and to say goodbye to its old home 40 Cat Linh.

27 & 29 August

Inside Out- Photo exhibition by British artist Barnaby Steel
A collection of panoramic portraits taken in Hanoi exploring the relationship between the subjects and the environments in which they live

Fragmented Moments– Image projection by British artist Barnaby Steel with ambient sound by Vietnamese artist Tri Minh
Rare moments of stillness within the city. Times and places with an absence of people.

7.00 p.m. Wednesday 27 August 2008
British Council, 40 Cat Linh

Free admission- Events open from 27 to 29 August 2008
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CityTalk August- Living in cities
CityTalk this month- the final event at the British Council’s old premises, 40 Cat Linh, Hanoi- will be held on Friday evening, 29 August 2008 under the title ‘Living in cities’. With the participation of well-known artists of Hanoi Pham Xuan Nguyen, Hoang Dao Kinh, Di Li, Phan Dang Di and British artist Barnaby Steel, the debate will focus on the lives of urban citizens and how the arts inspire their lives and cultural values.

7.00 p.m. Friday 29 August 2008
British Council, 40 Cat Linh, Hanoi

The discussion will be in Vietnamese and English with simultaneous translation.
Invitations can be collected from the new British Council office, 20 Thuy Khue from 22 August 2008

British Council
40 Cat Linh, Hanoi
T +84 (0)4 843 6780
F +84 (0)4 843 4962
[email protected]
www.britishcouncil.org/vietnam


new address after 21 Aug:

British Council
20 Thuy Khue Street
Tay Ho District, Hanoi
Tel: 84 (0)4 8436780
Fax: 84 (0)4 8434962
Email: [email protected]
www.britishcouncil.org/vietnam

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