Also in the Tipi’s, there will be a screening of James Lockey’s Depictions of DN film, which is accompanied by a fantastic film score written by Hayley Youell. The film depicts the ‘Top Local Heroes’ from Right Up Our Street’s social media Campaign ‘Depictions of DN’.
Heritage Doncaster’s Moving Museum will also be on site, along with craft activities provided by The Yorkshire Wildlife Trust.
Alongside the Tipi’s in the grounds, artist Wayne Sables has created a beautiful sculpture representing a murmuration of starlings. Wayne will be using projection mapping to bring the sculpture to life.
Wayne says “It’s been amazing to collaborate across artforms with a sculpture, musician, and myself (digital) to create the interactive light installation. The sculpture represents the heart of what’s great about Doncaster for me which is the community. Having the opportunity to create this installation for Doncaster is a huge honour.”
To keep up to date with the DN Festival of Light and any further announcements, make sure to check out Right Up Our Street’s website: