So many inspired by art
WITH the recent media interest in works of art, their funding and their worth I thought your readers might like to know how the Babylon Gallery team is using art to work with a broad range of groups and individuals throughout East Cambridgeshire. Since Au
WITH the recent media interest in works of art, their funding and their worth I thought your readers might like to know how the Babylon Gallery team is using art to work with a broad range of groups and individuals throughout East Cambridgeshire.
Since August 2005, in addition to gallery visitors: David Hockney exhibition, a cub pack doing a quiz on David Hockney's work: 26 participants earning cub badges.
# Four primary schools creating four giant painted canvases: more than a 100 participants.
# The work of four GCSE students exhibited in the gallery.
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# A giant canvas worked on by families at the Apple Festival: approx 200 participants.
# Justin Partyka exhibition.
- 1 20 travelling families park illegally at rugby club
- 2 Club shuts its doors after illegal encampment spotted
- 3 Councillors praised for 'tireless' illegal encampment work
- 4 Former deputy mayor wants to move Newmarket to Cambridgeshire
- 5 White van driver sought after Passat overturns
- 6 Glamping site granted drinks licence despite neighbours' protests
- 7 Annual classic car show returns to Ely
- 8 East Cambs could be getting five new walking routes
- 9 Book tickets for brewery’s summer jazz party
- 10 Residents told 'not to approach' illegal encampment
New photographs (14) produced by six members of the Ely Photographic Club and exhibited at the Almonry Restaurant.
# New photographs (10) produced by 12 GCSE students, and exhibited at Starbucks Restaurant, Ely.
# David Baxter exhibition
More than 100 paintings made by pupils from four local primary schools and exhibited at Needham's Restaurant: 120 participants.
# Eleven paintings made by local GCSE students and exhibited at Needham's Restaurant.
# Particles exhibition.
Origami swans, balloon fish and fun with interactive digital art all made by pupils and staff from four local primary schools: 140 participants.
So we've had the fun of meeting and working with artists and approximately 630 members of our
broader community, and the joy of receiving some wonderful thank
From the participants' feedback, and the general interest in our future plans I am convinced that art is
enabling people of all ages to discover friendships, talents, fun, confidence and inspiration in a way that
positively enhances their futures and our community and environment.
If any of your older readers from Witchford would like to participate in our next outreach project, please could they call and leave their contact details with Karen at Arts Development
East Cambridgeshire on 01353 669022.
Curator and Outreach co-ordinator
Joanne.Clemance@adec.org.uk Telephone: 01353 669022.