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An Afternoon of Events

8.11.2011
Closing Event: Community without Propinquity
Image: Carry Gorney & MK Channel 40, 1977

Closing Event: Community without Propinquity

Image: Carry Gorney & MK Channel 40, 1977

Closing Event: Community without Propinquity

Image: Carry Gorney & MK Channel 40, 1977

Saturday 26 November

An Afternoon of Events

 

Join us on Saturday 26 November for a packed programme of free events for all at MK Gallery.

 

We’ll be launching a new public artwork in Campbell Park, unveiling the four winning designs from Design Your MK, our public art competition for children and hosting a closing event for our current Project Space exhibition, with panel discussions, performances and special video screenings.

 

Families can also enjoy a special Mini - Makers workshop, along with storytelling in Campbell Park.

 

We hope you can join us!

 

 

Here’s a full programme of events during the day:

 

Mini-Makers
Shelter Building with The Parks Trust

1 - 3pm / Free / For ages 4+

 

Taking inspiration from Ivan and Heather Morrison’s new Cave sculpture in Campbell Park, have a go at creating your own shelter from natural materials, before heading over to Campbell Park for stroytelling.

 

 

Closing Event

Community without Propinquity
Saturday 26 November
From 2pm / Free

Join us on the final weekend of our current Project Space exhibition for an afternoon of panel discussions, live performances and special video screenings.

 

 

Launch Party
Design Your MK

3pm / Free

 

Over the past couple of months we’ve invited children aged 4 to 16 to create exciting, colourful designs, which they would like to see installed on porte cocheres across Milton Keynes.

 

Join us as we unveil the four winning designs, which have been painted on to porte cocheres, and see a selection of the shortlisted entries.

 

 

Launch Event

Cave

4pm / Free

Location: Campbell Park, between the fountain and the Belvedere

 

Cave, a new public artwork for Campbell Park in Milton Keynes, commissioned by MK Gallery in collaboration with The Parks Trust is to be officially unveild on 26 November. The artwork, by artists Heather and Ivan Morison is formed from three concrete panels and nestle into the hillside of the park, providing visitors with a resting place that offers a panoramic view over the countryside.

 

Read the News Release.