Tiffany Singh: May the Rainbow Always Touch Your Shoulder

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Tiffany Singh, May The Rainbow Always Touch Your Shoulder (detail), 2012, courtesy of the artist


May the Rainbow Always Touch Your Shoulder explores and celebrates colour and its various cultural, spiritual and environmental associations. It features two works: Dusted with Spices of a Million Flowers and The Direction of Sunbeams.

'Tiffany Singh uses different materials and icons in her work to promote cultural inclusivity and understanding', says Roger Taberner, Learning Programme Manager. 'It is her hope that this artwork will encourage visitors to share their views and gain a new appreciation of the world around them.'

Visitors are encouraged to experiment and participate in the creative process through a series of hands-on activities inspired by the artworks. They are also invited to share their thoughts in response to the experience.

Learning Centre, Mezzanine level
Until 10 November 2013
Free entry

Image: Tiffany Singh, May the Rainbow Always Touch Your Shoulder (detail), 2012, courtesy of Laura Forest

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Date & Time

Saturday 15 December 2012 - Sunday 10 November


Learning Centre, Mezzanine level


  • Wheelchair access available
  • Free
  • Wheelchairs available



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