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Mela Fest 2012
and Nottingham Riverside Festival
Mela Fest 2012 appears across three events bringing a feast of art, culture, games and cuisine to Nottingham!
The Mela is launched at New Art Exchange on the 13th and 14th July with a programme of film, debate, live music, dance, theatre and arts workshops. Mela will then present South Asian acts, featuring Punjabi By Nature across the Riverside Festival from 3rd to 5th August.
Mela Fest 2012 culminates at the World Event for Young Artists opening weekend with MANDALA, a 3D digital projection and performance, produced by Sampad, Seeper and New Art Exchange. MANDALA is an extraordinary event which will see the façade of Nottingham Council House transformed by a breathtaking display of colour, light and moving image. Real-time tracking facilities will project 3D interactive moving images of live South Asian dance and music onto the building, and there will be performances by world class artists including Anoushka Shankar and Talvin Singh.
Please see below for dates and times for all three events.
Mela Fest 2012 Launch Night at New Art Exchange Friday 13 July, 7pm - 11pm
Mela Fest 2012 at New Art Exchange Saturday 14 July, 11am - 6pm
MELA featuring at Riverside Festival Saturday 4 & Sunday 5 August
MELA featuring at World Event For Young Artists Opening Weekend in association with MANDALA Sunday 9 September
Age Range: All are welcome
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