‘Call to Holy Ground’ film screening, sound walk, performance and installation in St Andrew's Church Leytonstone, is a collaborative offering made with a group of 40 elders from St Andrew’s Church and Shri Nathji Sanatan Hindu Temple.
On Wednesday 15th September attend a special performance and film screening with an introduction to the work by A+C Director, Laura Moffatt, artist curator Rosalind Parker and Fourthland's Isik Sayarer. Everyone is welcome to stay afterwards!
Call to Holy Ground presents a rich symbolism through the invitation to journey into the story of the ‘Ground Mother’, a character embedded with gestures and connections across nature, culture and faith, gestures that call to a holy ground and connect us more deeply with the earth. For the artists and participants, ‘Call to Holy Ground’ is a remembrance that we are all connected.
The work was made through a special collaboration with elders in Waltham Forest, many of whom have been living in the area for over 40 years, coming from a range of countries and representing a wonderful melting pot of local histories, faiths and culture. Originally commissioned by Art and Christianity (A+C).
Event is open to people of all ages and will 2 and a half hours. The talk will be one hour followed by a screening and performance.
Please do visit Call to Holy Ground for all the activities you can take part in during the festival
This programme is produced by Fourthland
*Please note as this is a free ticketed event, we expect that some ticket holders may not attend. Due to this we will be welcoming walk ins at the beginning of each event. We encourage you to arrive at the start of the event even if an event states it is sold out.