Image © Vishal Joshi
A temporary artwork in Coronation Park by Vishal Joshi
The Paper Planes project is a chance to explore the thoughts, feelings, people, and places that make us hopeful.
Made With Many is asking residents of Corby to share messages of hope through decorated Paper Planes in windows. The project aims to create colourful and bright journeys through different areas of Corby, where passers-by can be inspired and cheered up by your words of solidarity and optimism.
As part of the project, artist Vishal Joshi will create a large temporary Paper Plane sculpture as a reminder of our ability to lift up and move forward. Alongside the giant 3-meter Paper Plane sculpture. the artist will place 50 smaller paper planes, each handwritten with a message spotted in a Corby window.
When and Where
Vishal Joshi, the artist behind the Paper Planes project, wants to share your messages as part of his temporary public artwork, which will be displayed in Corby’s Coronation Park on Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd May 2021.
Share your messages of hope
- Send your messages of hope online, or share them on social media, the artist will rewrite your messages on his planes as part of the final artwork.
- Download the activity pack – in this booklet you will find a short exercise to help you plan your messages of hope, and some instructions on making a basic paper plane. There are hundreds of ways to make a paper plane so feel free to be as imaginative as you can. The messages are the important part.
- Share the message – tell your friends, family, and neighbours about the project. We want to fill as many windows as we can! Take a photo and share your experiences with us on social media by using the hashtag #PaperPlanesCorby
- Tell your friends on facebook