Photography captures, for future generations, the opening of the Ambiguity exhibition that took place during the period of a mask mandate. As the number of attendees crept close to the maximum number of 100, the current limit for social gatherings, all those who joined the launch were suitable attired. Trust Board member Clive Gilson, who welcomed the guests, pointed out that the very title of the exhibition offered many interpretations that might usefully shed light on the current uncertainties that all faced. On behalf of the eleven artists showing in the exhibition, Sylvia Sinel shared her own artistic journey, indicating that the notion of Ambiguity during the period of a global pandemic resonated with all art forms, including her own.
Returning to the podium, Gilson announced the winner of the PACK & SEND, Volunteers' Choice Award that was taken out by Juliet Roper for her composition, Two of Us (see below).
The exhibition now runs until the end of the year.