Ambient Jam Collective: Liberty Festival 2022
Please join the magical, funny, profound and healing Ambient Jam Collective for their performance as part of the Liberty Festival 2022!
Ambient Jam improvisations are playful, mindful, surreal, and sometimes wonderfully messy, creating sensory ways of being that benefit us all. Enjoy an unfolding evolving landscape where you can hang out and just be, or join in and improvise with us, or a bit of both.
At an Ambient Jam session, people can stay as long as they like and leave when they want to. The Collective suggest taking the time to acclimatise, simply sitting with your eyes closed. It is even okay to fall asleep.
You are welcome to use the space to rest and decompress. You are also welcome to take part by improvising through vocalisation, stillness, movement, and drawing. You can choose where you go, watch from a distance and move around.
Ambient Jam artists will be present to guide you through the improvised experience.
The event is free but booking is required!
ABOUT LIBERTY FESTIVAL
Liberty is the Mayor of London’s flagship festival of high-quality work by D/deaf and disabled artists.
The annual free festival offers an inclusive, accessible and cultural experience for multigenerational audiences. It has been presented by the Mayor since 2003 in locations across London including Trafalgar Square, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Southbank Centre. Since 2019, it has developed into a touring festival, taking D/deaf and disabled arts to local communities when it was embedded into his flagship programme, London Borough of Culture.
Liberty comes to Lewisham 22 – 24 July 2022 as part of We Are Lewisham, London Borough of Culture 2022. Liberty will take over the Deptford area, with a three-day programme of cutting-edge performances, workshops and installations happening indoors and outdoors across several venues.
All events are free and all ages are welcome. Audiences can expect an accessible and inclusive environment. All events will take a Relaxed approach to movement and noise with audiences able to leave and re-enter, tic and move around if needed. There will be BSL interpreted shows and audio described installations. There will also be accessible toilets available and quiet chill-out areas to rest and relax in. A welcome hub will be open across the three days, located in the garden of the Albany. Explore the programme here.
Easy to Read guide is available here. The BSL introduction to the festival is available here.