A UNIQUE sound sculpture made at Woodend Creative Workspace is the first Coastival project of 2011.
The sculpture, made out of recycled objects, is being created by people from the Eastfield-based Adult and Community Services Training Centre with artist Amy Hield and musician Paul Kearny for the arts festival, which will take place from February 18-20.
Once complete it will be both a piece of art and a musical instrument which will go on display at Scarborough Railway Station the week before and including Coastival weekend.
Coastival organiser Wendy Clews said:.”In all, 60 people from the training centre will take part in the workships and gain a great deal from creating something that is very special and totally unique for Coastival. We are really grateful to the training centre for getting involved in this way.”
The Eastfield centre works with people with mental health problems and learning disabilities and Coastival organisers are delighted at their involvement.