This Red Nose Day a group of artists working in Scotland will help raise life-changing cash for people who need it most. To raise a laugh and inspire people to donate to Comic Relief, three feisty females, who founded the artists collective BONKERS Contemporary, have made a seriously fun film for Red Nose Day.
The film, which sees world-class curators Hans Robertson, Fredrickkkkka Thomas and Abigailla Smith visit the studio of hotly tipped cutting edge contemporary artist Winston Ferries (aged 1¾), has just been released on Youtube.
Watch it here now
Artist Freddie Thomas said: "We had an AMAZING laugh making our cheeky film. The art world takes itself so seriously sometimes, we wanted to have some fun and help raise funds. We hope we can inspire people to get their Red Noses on and donate."
You can donate to the Bonkers Contemporary fundraising page here: https://my.rednoseday.com/sponsor/Bonkerscontemporary
Red Nose Day is on the 24th March 2017 https://www.rednoseday.com
The film can be seen here https://youtu.be/3Mh5M5zVROc
BONKERS Contemporary is an artist-led collective initiated in 2016 to create opportunities for emerging, early-career artists.
BONKERS Contemporary was founded by three Edinburgh based artists, Freddie Thomas, Abigail Smith, and Clare Robertson, who met while completing a Masters Programme in Contemporary Art Practice at Edinburgh College of Art.
In 2017, BONKERS Contemporary will present the 2nd exhibition of BONKERS at the Biscuit Factory in Edinburgh.
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