Dawn Prescott is an award winning visual artist and designer based in Manchester. She has a degree in Interactive Art and a professional background working as a graphic designer and illustrator. Dawn created the So Many Beauties artwork and programme brochure.
Dawn has been a member of Hot Bed Press Print Makers Studio since 2013 where she experiments with different printmaking processes. Her current personal work explores the drawn line extending its possibilities through different processes such as etching, lithography and screen printing.
Dawn is also the Director of LIME based at Central Manchester Hospitals. LIME is a multi-award winning arts organisation with international recognition for establishing one of the leading arts and health programmes in the UK.
Dawn has kindly agreed to allow us to offer posters of her original artwork as raffle prizes at the event on Thursday 6 April at 7pm Manchester Cathedral. The artwork features themes and lyrics from the piece as well as Dawn’s own artistic interpretations following collaborative discussions with project lead Holly Marland.
Do get your tickets for the event in advance if you can so we can avoid long queues at the door and get everyone all nice and comfortable in good time! We’re going to be “Having up a lovely time!” as one of the project participants with dementia commented during one of the music sessions.
Tickets are available at http://www.adages.eventbrite.co.uk