ALATI Newsletter 6
The good news is that the artist Helen Wilkinson has joined our board of trustees so we are now nine-strong. Other volunteers are most welcome. Please get in touch below.
Helen Johnson has designed new posters about ALATI and Brian Davies is arranging for their display throughout the town and in the holiday accommodation to raise awareness.
We are also spending this Covid-induced downtime populating our website, www.alati.org.uk with new video content and blogs.
Finally, we are looking for help from media students and others to record videos of interviews with our artists and photographers about their work.
Our photographers, Gordon Monk, Mike Knowles and Brian Davies are planning a monthly theme on the website to encourage photographers to submit their work. Please check the website, www.alati.org.uk for more details.
ALATI Development Plan
We will be focusing during the winter months on reviewing our goals and drawing up a development plan for this initiative which is based around regeneration through culture. We would welcome input from the residents of Alston Moor. Please contact us either via the website or Kathy and Jon Reeds on email@example.com
Your Board of Trustees would like to thank everyone who has helped so far including Alston Moor Partnership’s Community Fund and the Alston House Hotel.
We would also like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year and hope that Covid is soon beaten.
ALATI Chair Kathy Reeds: 01434 321 788/07958 046 259 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Facebook: Alston Landscape Arts Town Initiative (ALATI)
The Alston Landscape Art Town Initiative (ALATI) was set up last winter to promote Alston Moor’s landscape widely. Its board of trustees includes three artists and three landscape photographers. Its goal is to celebrate Alston Moor’s landscapes, to attract visitors year-round to enjoy courses, art trips and exhibitions and to support local artists and photographers.