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19 Oct 2020 - 6 Nov 2020

Online Event

Live artworks and performances searching for intimacy in a time of social isolation presented by CLAY, Centre for Live Art Yorkshire.

These are remote artworks that you can experience in your own home from Amy Lawrence, Ellie Harrison, Jo Hauge, Mystical Femmes & Nando Messias. 

Places are free but there is a £10 reservation deposit which you can be repaid after attendance. 

Nando Messias' performances of Aurora are 19th-24th October at sunset more information here

Jo Hauge's performances of kiss&cry are on 23rd, 26th & 29th October at 8pm more information here

Mystical Femmes' performances of  <A lecture on how to be intimate online="With a focus on exploring humans." are on 4th November at 6pm & 6th November at 4pm more information here

Amy Lawrence's SOFTwhilstBLACK is not ticketed as the public facing artwork is an Archive and will be released in November. 

Ellie Harrison's piece is already sold out unfortunately as it was extremely limited capacity. 

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During this period of social distancing and lockdown due to Coronavirus we advise that you check directly with the organiser of this event that it is going ahead as publicised.

Links to tickets in the information above, or find out more at the website link in 'Book Tickets'

CLAY
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  • Online
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  • Theatre
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