Lace goes Large!

19/03/2012

 

Lace goes Large!

19/03/2012

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Would you like to take part in a large public artwork and be in a film of the event?

As part of our ‘Lace in Place’ commission, artist Arabel Rosillio De Blas, will be creating lace in a way you have never seen before. This Saturday we will be creating a large piece of lace, but instead of using metal pins and wooden bobbins, we want to use you! This ambitious artwork will require lots of enthusiastic people to use as bobbins and pins, so we invite you to join us for this innovative art venture.

The outcome of this event will be a new film of Bedfordshire lace being made on a scale it has never been made before!

It will be taking place this Saturday at Bunyan Meeting Rooms between 1-4pm, with a £3 cost.

To book, click on our Events.

 

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