PERFORM TRANSFORM is a new arts project, taking place at Royston Museum, and everyone’s invited to take part!
This unique project, combining dance, film and local heritage, will start on Saturday 30th September as part of Royston Arts Festival at 4.30pm, and continue through to the launch of a new installation at the museum in April 2024. Participants will explore the changes to the town in the last ten years and what it means to the way people in Royston live today.
Thanks to The National Lottery Heritage Fund, the free to attend project, called ‘PERFORM TRANSFORM’, will provide opportunities for people of all ages to take part in dance, film, storytelling and oral history.
Activities will take place within the museum on Lower King Street and will be led by professional artists Jane Turner (dance) and Robert Finlay (Film). The stories and creative activities will contribute to a new exhibit, co-created by local residents and the artists, for the public to view.
Keep an eye on Royston Museum’s website www.roystonmuseum.org.uk for when the activities will be taking place.
PERFORM TRANSFORM is organised by BEEE Creative, a small arts charity working across Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, which connects artists, practitioners, and partners to provide opportunities for people to access and enjoy the benefits of dance. BEEE Creative also provides dance activities in Royston, including a weekly movement class for 60+ year olds.