Local artist needs paper!

Anya Beaumont is an artist working on a project based on the N10 postal district. The work when complete is going to be sited in Muswell Hill Library. The work will be made from paper (that would normally be recycled) collected from the community making it a truly local art work! To achieve this she is reliant on the local community being aware that the project is taking place and donating paper, as this is what will give the project its integrity.  Please donate waste paper (can be anything: old shopping lists, children’s drawing, notes etc, as long as it doesn’t have any personal info that you need to keep private).   The Library in Muswell Hill is happy to be a collection point.
Anya will be undertaking a couple of residencies whilst the work is in progress, one at The local Gallery and one in the Library itself so it will be possible for local residents to visit and see the work in progress should they wish. Find out more at http://anyabeaumont.com.

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  1. I will be ‘in residence’ at the Library in Muswell Hill on Saturday March 31st as part of the Green is Good in Muswell Hill event. Come and see me with the work in progress, drop some paper off if you want and have a chat!

  2. I have just found out that this project is being supported by The Arts Council for England and will be receiving Lottery funding. Look out for my next residency at Muswell Hill Library 13th – 17th August.

  3. I am in the Library with ‘Mapping Muswell – An N10 Paper Project’ all this week, 13th – 17th August. Do come in and have a look at the work so far, I shall be there working on small sections from 10:30 til 16:30.

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