I had the real pleasure of being able to interview the lovely Jessica Morris in the Grail Centre in Glastonbury yesterday afternoon. Jessica, who grew up in Melbourne but is of British descent, is the brainchild behind the upcoming art exhibition that is to be held within the framework of Glastonbury’s first ever Fringe Festival.
She recently created an artists collective – the Glastonbury Arts Collective (GAC) – and from that gave birth to an amazing exhibition which is due to open tomorrow evening on June 19th.
I’m one of the many artists who will be presenting their work during the 10 days the exhibition is open to the public and am truly grateful to Jessica for her inspiration and commitment to creating this platform for all of us to come and share on.
I’d love to invite you to watch the video I took of my chat with Jessica and if you are in the area, then please come along to either the opening evening on June 19th or indeed the 10 day exhibition which goes on until July 1st and is open every day from 10am – 6pm.
If you’d like to find out more, please leave your comments in the box below and we’ll make sure Jessica gets your message. Thanks.
The Glastonbury Arts Collective (GAC)
The Grail Centre
24 Chilkwell Street
Opening: June 19th – 7 – 10.30pm
Daily from June 21st – July 1st, 10am – 6pm