Seaview's Masks - community exhibition at Seaview

THURSDAY 6 APRIL & FRIDAY 7 APRIL, 4-6PM, (Seaview is open to visitors aged 18+ only)

Seaview, Hatherley Road, TN37 6LB

The Seaview Project supports people with complex needs, our clients are marginalised and often feel unseen. Through Seaview’s Masks clients will be exploring the ideas of masks and perception, how we feel we are viewed by other versus how we see ourselves. Drawing on Mary Seacole’s experience or prejudice and perception, as well as our own, we will create large abstract masks to display in Seaview.

Seaview will be open to public to view the artwork, join in with mask making and learn more about Seaview on Thursday 6th April and Friday 7th April, 4-6pm

Seaview is closed to children.

Mary Seacole mentions the phrase “old familiar faces” three times in her book, using it as an anchor point in a journey through uncertain times and places.