Kite Exhibition

Part of Freedom in Air Exhibition

26 April - 25 May

FREE - No need to book!


Taking place in the foyer spaces inside Nottingham Playhouse

FREE – No need to book!

Kite flying is an important part of Afghanistan culture, popularly known as the Gudiparan bazi. Kites are viewed as things of beauty and kite fights are an exhilarating sight to behold. International Artist and PhD student Rhiannon Slade will be working with 100 young people from Nottingham to document their hopes and aspirations for the future, encouraging them to design and make their very own symbol of hope in the form of a kite. These will then be displayed in the Playhouse’s foyers during the run of The Kite Runner. Working in collaboration with Gavin Rogers and Martha Glazzard from Nottingham Trent University, Slade will uncover the stories, reflections and hopes for the city of Nottingham.

Freedom in Air Exhibition

This event is part of Freedom in Air, a series of community-led workshops, debates and exhibitions inspired by The Kite Runner, exploring the innocent voices often lost in wartime. Due to the themes of The Kite Runner this event is suitable for ages 14+.

Digital Stage

Digital Stage is a Digital Arts Programme by The Cutting Room, a curatorial organisation initiated by Jennifer Ross and Clare Harris, producing events to engage and inspire new audiences through digital new media, film and performance.

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