The Fun Art Bus: An Inter-Action Project - Compiled by Justin WintleEyre Methuen, 1973, Paperback ..
Condition: Good. Book plate to the reverse of the upper wrapper. Previous owners' inscription to the first blank.
From the cover: “The Fun Art Bus, an environmental art experiment for popular entertainment, is run as one of Inter-Action’s many projects. Inter-Action is a charitable trust founded by Ed Berman in 1968 to stimulate community involvement through the use of drama and creative play, and to experiment in the social applications of theatre and the media. In addition Inter-Action’s other projects over the last five years have included the Ambiance Lunch-Hour Theatre Club, a showcase for premiere productions of one act plays, The Other Company, the Almost Free Theatre in the heart of London’s West End, and the Dogg’s Troupe. The administration of Inter-Action is shared by a co-operative of artists and community workers. Members divide their time between the Production Company and work in schools, youth clubs, mental hospitals, community centres, playgrounds, remand homes, and the streets. Fun, participation and mobility weld the artistic components of the Fun Art Bus together — music, poetry, graphics, painting, film, video sculpture, and on top of it all, theatre.”
Size: 8" x 5"
Number of Pages: 85
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