Symphony News and Progress

SYMPHONY NEWS AND PROGRESS

Progress

To date we have the privilege to have 50+ of some of the
country's best known and most respected mountaineers,
climbers, outdoor photographers, painters and writers
onboard the project. These include:

Doug Scott, John Beatty, Bill Birkett, Ian Parnell,
Adam Long, Pete O'Donovan, John Norris, Rich Heap,
Rab Carrington, John Porter, Rob Collister,
Oliver Metherell, Paul Evans, Jim Curran, Tim Glasby,
John Houlihan, Dave (Cubby) Cuthbertson,
David Simmonite, Andy Cave, Simon Nadin, Colin Prior,
Rob Collister, Tony West, David Slade, Dave Willis,
Andy Perkins, Simon Kincaid, Fran Halsall, Steve Razzetti,
Mark Hamblin, Leo Dickinson, Mick Fowler,
John MacPherson and many more...

Charity work:
At the end of the exhibitions stage, a special triptych will
be signed by all the contributors and auctioned, with the
proceeds going to Doug Scott's charity Community Action
Nepal. You can read more about CAN on our website or by
going to www.canepal.org.uk.
Educational aspects of the Living Art Tour
Taking the show to people who otherwise wouldn't be able
to see it.

Outdoor Classroom
The educational responsibility of Living Art projects will be
headed up by a team of professionals we are currently
putting together known as the 'Outdoor Classroom'.
If you would like to know more about this or would like to
be a part of creating this wholly unique and exciting
resource, please contact si@living-art.org.uk - we would
love to hear from you

"Having analysed well
All deeds of body, speech, and mind,
Those who realize what benefit self and others
And always do these are wise."
Indian scholar and yogi, Nagarjuna.
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