Streets talk in various ways. Not only through architectural design but through human performance, ranging from art and music to food, dance and oral histories. Whether global or local, from bright terracotta mud walls mixed with earth, to Buddhist mandala sand drawings and the symbolism of aboriginal dream time paintings, it raises the question of why different cultures decorate their walls and floors in different ways?

Talking Streets By Yasmin HalesAn Intergenerational community project exploring how different cultures decorate their walls and floors.In our Gallery throughout January and February.Come and check it out!

Posted by Harrow Arts Centre on Thursday, 12 January 2017


For further research and photographic images, please click on the Talking Streets Photo Gallery

For information on previous and forthcoming Talking Street Exhibition events for 2018, click on the website link