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Sunday Assembly London presents:

This Technicoloured Life

18th September 2022 · 11:00am - 1:00pm

Doors open: 10:45am

In person | Virtual event

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 This Technicoloured Life
One day, while acclaimed TV chef and cookbook author Sue Kreitzman added the final touches to her 27th cookbook, she had an epiphany- she made a doodle of a mermaid, and fell in love with it. Until that moment, she thought she was incapable of making art herself, only admiring the art of others. Soon she began drawing and painting on anything in reach using whatever materials appealed to her. There was no plan or purpose, just a passion for creating with colour. She joined London’s Outsider Art movement in the early 2000s and has never looked back. Her riotously joyful colour palette is as visible in the way she dresses as in her art- indeed, she is a walking work of art.

At this assembly, Sue will talk about her love of self-expression through clothing and her involvement with the Colour Walk community- a group of people who meet up monthly to wear colourful clothing together. So we’re inviting all of you to dress up in your most vibrant threads- get creative and make some accessories too, by turning objects into wearable art!

Hosted by poet and author Anj Cairns, this assembly will include colourful sing-alongs with the Sunday Assembly Band, poetry by Megan McKie-Smith, and a talk from Lizetta Lyster, a member of our community who has lived a very colourful life! Please stay after for tea, biscuits, and engaging conversations with members of our community.

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Further Info

This will be a hybrid event, which means it will be held in-person as well as live-streamed through the Sunday Assembly website, We will make a Zoom room available for livestreamers after the assembly has finished. Link to be shared on the day.

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