Hope, Unite, Heal.
Come along to our ‘Hope, Unite, Heal’ display and free family arts activities with Lemonpop Workshops whilst the Knife Angel is on show in Corby.
Contribute to a collaborative piece of street artwork with Marvin Mudzongo and try out using acylic paint pens. Or do your own drawing and colouring to express your thoughts about the Knife Angel sculpture.
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What: Display of work from local schools and arts activities along the theme of ‘Hope, Unite, Heal’
Date: Saturday 21st May 2022
Time: 10am - 3pm
Venue: 36-38 Corporation Street (next door to Greggs), Corporation Street, Corby Town Centre, NN17 1NJ [link to map]
Who is it for: Open to all
Parking: Parking is available at Willow Place and Council car parks nearby.
In collaboration with Hazel Leys Primary, Kingswood Primary and Kingswood Secondary, Made With Many and Marvin Mudzongo from Lemonpop Workshops used creative arts to help young people focus on self-development, positive self-expression and building resilience.
The project has been inspired by the upcoming visit of the Knife Angel sculpture to Corby. The young people have co-designed work around the themes of Hope, Unite, Heal alongside artist Marvin Mudzongo to produce large creative responses.
Project Producer, Vicky Frayard said:
"A big thank you to all the schools for their support and generosity in helping put this project together. An even bigger thank you to the young people who took part in the workshops - without your energy and creativity, none of this would have been possible."
The project is being produced by Made With Many through funding from Arts Council England in collaboration with the Safer Corby Team from North Northamptonshire Council.
Find out about more local Knife Angel activities
In Corby, the sculpture will arrive on the evening of 14th May and be on display on Corporation Street, Willow Place until 29th May.
For further details of other activities happening around Knife Angel in Corby and Wellingborough, please visit: www.northnorthants.gov.uk/community-safety-and-emergencies/knife-angel
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