Wednesday, 24 December 2014

House of Fairy Tales event in Victoria Park

Come to The House of Fairy Tales "Make It Market" in Victoria Park on Sunday 28th of Dec (10am till 7pm) and buy art stuff made by Mel Cole, Tracey Williams, and Paul Hamilton!
There will also be the chance to buy framed collages made by Team Beswick & Pye (£60 each or 2 for £100)
ABOUT HOUSE OF FAIRY TALES
Established by the artists Deborah Curtis and Gavin Turk, the House of Fairy Tales is a child-centred, artist-led project which draws on an extensive team of artists, performers, writers, educationalists, designers, musicians, film makers, dreamers and philosophers to create magical parallel worlds where learning is play and play is directed learning. Operating across a number of formats from workshops, publishing, advocacy and education packs, the House of Fairy Tales is about making education inclusive, inventive and fun. www.houseoffairytales.org
Victoria Park Rd London E3 5SN House Of Fairy Tales: Artists Gavin Turk and Deborah Curtis’ magical House Of Fairy Tales are set to present the planet’s first ever ‘Make It Market’ at Winterville throughout December. Situated in the Kid’s Quarter, it will showcase a range of artists and bespoke creations and feature special stalls that have traveled through time and space from all over the known universe. KEY INFORMATION Age Limit: People of all ages are welcome into the town of Winterville, but we ask that children 12 or under are accompanied and kept an eye on inside. Safety: Winterville is a fenced event and will patrolled by friendly, professional event security staff for your peace of mind. Baby Facilities: There will be baby changing friendly toilets positioned throughout the site. Please ask one of our staff for directions. Buggies: Victoria Park is relatively flat, plus with our extra ground protection across site you will be fine in most areas. Food & Drink: You are welcome to bring your kid’s favourite food and drinks into Winterville, but remember there are also lots of stalls and stands on-site with kid-friendly snacks, meals and drinks. ABOUT HOUSE OF FAIRY TALES Established by the artists Deborah Curtis and Gavin Turk, the House of Fairy Tales is a child-centred, artist-led project which draws on an extensive team of artists, performers, writers, educationalists, designers, musicians, film makers, dreamers and philosophers to create magical parallel worlds where learning is play and play is directed learning. Operating across a number of formats from workshops, publishing, advocacy and education packs, the House of Fairy Tales is about making education inclusive, inventive and fun. www.houseoffairytales.org News Just In: We can now confirm there will be some "Harry Pye Masks" on sale at the weekend for a mere £2 a go

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