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Harvesting

By IMAGESTAR  
Called in at the Wakefield Cathedral on Saturday afternoon to see the finished results of the Exhibition. The Best installation in Wakefield in a long time
In The Wakefield Cathedral 5000 clay sculptures over the last four days have been installed for a
Project that was ongoing through 2010 by Generation x Change.

'Harvesting our Hopes and Memories' is an intergenerational art project displaying 5000 clay sculptures made by the people of Wakefield District and has been inspired by Antony Gormley's 'Field for the British Isles'.

All participants, from schools and community groups have made their own clay model during intergenerational workshops run by Generation Xchange to symbolise their own hopes and memories. The exhibition is a representation of what the whole project is about; older and younger generations coming together to help build a more cohesive community.
Large groups please contact the Cathedral before your visit 01924 373
923

www.generationxchange.org.uk< http://www.generationxchange.org.uk>
'Harvesting our Hopes and Memories
Wakefield Cathedral from 24 Jan - 4 Feb , (also open as part of the January Artwalk)
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Tags: Photo journalism Wakefield And Cathedral Generation Our Sculptures Clay model 'harvesting Hopes Memories' Change.clay

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Comments


helenlinda Plus
8 343 22 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2011 2:12PM
So many !!
Love this shot - I like the people coming and going on one side here- gives a good impression of size and scale - a fascinating project that you have documented well
Helen

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23 Jan 2011 2:33PM
Good shot. Wonder why that many statues and what will be done with them...........Sandy
CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
23 Jan 2011 3:09PM
What a fascinating exhibition, would love to have seen it. Well captured, and thank you for the information. Carol
EAS 7 1 13 Scotland
23 Jan 2011 4:36PM
Very well composed and captured image. A record of what seems to be a most worthy cause!

Ann
23 Jan 2011 6:20PM
Amazing, Brian Smile Must call into the Cathedral to see it.
TrevB Smile
23 Jan 2011 10:39PM
Looks a wonderful project, wish I lived closer. Lovely set of images and fascinating write-up.
Dave.
Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
29 Jan 2011 3:25PM
Amazing! V2 and V5 are my favorite shots! Very nice.
Richsr Plus
9 90 220 England
4 Feb 2011 12:56PM
Good to see Brian, a fine community project.
Regards Richard
Paree 11 616 3
27 Feb 2011 4:46PM
how lovely
they have made their own terracotta army

paree
agingrocker 7 10 1
10 May 2011 9:12PM
A very well taken set
Antony

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