Nottingham Asian Mela

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Sunday 18th July 2010. Arboretum

A celebration of Asian music, dance, art and culture.

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A welcome at the gate!!

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A celebration of Asian music, dance, art and culture.

This years Nottingham Asian Mela moved again from its previous locations on the Forest ground, Market Square to the Arboretum Park.

I have contributed pictures to the book "Coming of Age", published earlier this year. Describing the first 21 years of Mela in the UK.

http://www.mela21.co.uk

http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/nottingham/hi/people_and_places/arts_and_culture/newsid_8597000/8597112.stm

It is accompanied by an exhibition at the New Art Exchange, Gregory Boulevard, Nottingham.

http://www.mela21.co.uk/gallery.html#img/Gal_1.jpg

Press Release:

http://www.thenewartexchange.org.uk/documents/ComingofAge-PressReleaseFINAL.pdf

Nottingham Asian Arts Council

http://www.asianarts.org.uk

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ALAN LODGE
Photographer - Media: One Eye on the Road. Nottingham.  UK
Email:                 tash@indymedia.org
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