Sunday, 30 May 2010
The big lunch project at Norwich Forum featuring work by Kurt Wenner, and an exhibition by Norwich School for Girls.
On Friday I went for lunch at the Forum in Norwich, for those of you who are not local, the forum is home to BBC Radio Norfolk, Norwich Library, the Curve and a hand full of restaurants. Whilst there I had a look at an exhibition put on by The Big Lunch Project. The big lunch project is an annual event that tries to get the community together for one day of the year and organises picnics right across the country. last year nearly 1 million people attended these events.
This year to help promote the event, they are touring the country and displaying a large canvas painting by amazing artist Kurt Wenner. His work is amazing and is all 3d. Make sure you check out the website to see some of his amazing artwork
Also, Inside the forum they had an art exhibition from Norwich School for girls. It was fashion and clothing inspired and was made by pupils aged between 3 and 18. one piece that really caught my eye was this
All the circular discs represent the alphabet in Braille.
Here are some of the other pieces on display.
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