Alex Flett: Kirkcudbright International Arts Festival 2007 (Page 2).
More images from the Festival of 2007. The images on this page and all other site pages referencing the Festival are thanks to the documentation of the photographers Marion Levarbre and Oliver Dobbin with additions by Don Salubayba, Marc Cosico and others. The Festival is also indebted to Art for Humanity for lending the two portfolios, Women for Children print and poetry portfolio, and the HDHR print portfolio. Also to all the artists, poets and volunteers who took part and who made the Festival a tremendous success.
Above, from left to right: Richard Demarco, and Alex Flett discussing the work of Meg Walker (USA). Alex Flett, speaking at the Opening of the Cochran Hall exhibition. Alex Flett and Richard Demarco. Putting up the exhibition screens in the Cochran Hall. Ghyslaine Gau (France), Marc Cosico (Philippines), and Andy Campbell (kneeling). The Festival committee owes a big debt of gratitude to Andy Campbell who built the exhibition screens and gave time and energy to helping launch both the 2004 and the 2007 Festivals.
Above, from left to right: Marc Cosico and Don Salubayba (Philippines) outside the Cochran Hall. Petra Pennington, outside the Cochran Hall. Professor Simon Olding, speaking in the Parish Church Hall.
Above left: Terryanne Stevenson (South Africa) Artist and Art for Humanity Committee member. Her Excellency Lindiwe Mabusa High Commissioner for South Africa. Naomi Hart, Artist and Festival Marketing Manager. Alex Flett, Artist and Festival Projects Director.
Above centre: View from the balcony of the Parish Church Hall.
Above right: Poet Mari Pete (South Africa) welcoming High Commisoner Mabuza and speaking on the Art for Humanity print and poetry portfolio in the Parish Church Hall.
Above left: Installation image, Parish Church Hall. Above centre: Photographic image by James Corillo (USA). Above right: Installation image Cochran Hall.
Above left: Matt Foale. Above centre: Petra Pennington - detail. Above right: Deirdre Carlisle.