Art Project Meeting
“The Clanfield Tapestry” may well come to fruition this year!
- Date: 17th February 2020 - 15:30
- Categories: Events, Local projects, Clanfield
- Location: Peel Park Pavilion
That is the message from the Steering Group following the successful launch of the Clanfield Public Art Project on 24th January. The current aim is to complete funding applications by the end of March with a view to implementation in the Summer of this year.
“The Clanfield Tapestry” is the working title that has been given to Phase 1 of the overall project. It is envisaged that this will be an open air art gallery depicting the history, the setting and the environment of the villages of Clanfield and Chalton using a range of art forms - all to be created by the community working with professional artists.
Liz Weston, Director of Making Space, who is advising Clanfield Parish Council and East Hampshire District Council on the project, says:
“The next step is to decide what to include in “The Clanfield Tapestry” and what art forms we will use. With this in mind, we are holding a meeting of all interested parties at the Peel Park pavilion on Monday 17th February at 3.30 pm. All who are interested in this part of the project are welcome to attend.”
For those people who were not able to attend the launch meeting, an expression of interest form, which does not entail making a commitment, is attached. Completed forms can be sent to the dedicated email address which Clanfield Parish Council have set up for the project:
Clanfield Public Art Project Individual expression of interest form