SUNDAY 10th MAY 2009
The Friends of Blaker’s Park are organising their first ever open air display of local art at the Tennis Courts on Sunday 10 May next from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
It will be opened officially at 12 noon by Open House Art Show inventor Ned Hoskins.
Are you artistic in any way? Do you or any of your family create paintings, drawings, photographs, collages or even clothes and jewellery. If so, bring them along to show other local people. There are no prizes, just an opportunity to display what you have made. Remember that this art display is open to all, of any age, from toddlers to pensioners.
This first Blaker’s Park Art Display will be on the second Sunday of the Brighton Festival and we hope it will form the largest gallery wall in the city. The Park is surrounded by the Fiveways Artists’ Trail and the show will be opened by local artist, Ned Hoskins, who pioneered the first Open Houses back in the 1980s.
This display is not only for people who describe themselves as artists, but for anybody who has something which they have made and of which they are proud.
All are welcome.
HERE IS WHAT TO DO
1. Fix a hook or string to attach your entry to the tennis court fence.
2. Bring it to the desk by the Café between 11 a.m. and 11.45 a.m. on Sunday
3. Pay a donation of 20p. to the Friends.
4. Give 30 minutes of your time during the day to act as an attendant at the site.
5. Take down your art between 5 p.m. and 5.45 p.m. that same day.
We hope for good weather on the 10th May and look forward to a lovely display.
Address queries to: Philip Smith, Chairman, Friends of Blaker’s Park, 109 Havelock Road, Brighton. Tel: 553330. e-mail: email@example.com
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