A fantastic series of photo albums and galleries have been made available online that showcase highlights from the ‘Being Human Festival’ that took place in the summer of 2015.
The series of events that led by Swansea University had a theme of ‘Heritage, Health and Wellbeing’ and involved an exploration of wellbeing and heritage through public-facing activities (debate, poetry, dramatic performance, art and enterprise) supported by the Connected Communities project at a variety of venues including the Hafod-Morfa Copperworks, Clyne Farm Centre, the National Waterfront Museum and the University’s Singleton campus.
The photo albums include the ‘Art @ the Hafod’ event at the Hafod-Morfa and White Rock Copperworks here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/beinghumanfest/albums/72157660542398647
and Windsongs of the Blessed Bay that took place at Clyne Farm here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/beinghumanfest/albums/72157661799747732
For more information on the festival click here:
and for a follow-up interview on the Swansea University events please click here: