Popular Primrose Hill art trail returns for 2021
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Primrose Hill's popular outdoor art trail is back for a second year with 50 local residents displaying their work in the windows of homes and businesses.
The one-day exhibition organised by the community association, sees professional and amateur artists including broadcaster Andrew Marr show a range of works from painting, photography and sculpture to ceramics and crafting.
Visitors can download a map and follow the trail on June 13 from 2pm-7pm with artists on hand to talk about their work.
Marr, who will be featuring his new work, said: “I’m delighted to be showing this piece in my own street as part of what should be a thoroughly enjoyable event.
"The work that the Primrose Hill community association does knits us all together as a village, not just a random collection of urban homes.”
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Chalcot Square is hosting children's hand's on craft activities run by locals Roz Hunter of Sew Much Fun and Jennifer Louise of Art Buddies from 2.30pm – 4.30pm.
Download the art trail at https://phca.cc/events/primrose-hill-art-trail-2021/
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