Produce UK and Artist Lois O’Hara create a Gingerbread Park
The city of the future features roads and streets that evolve into a people-first revolution. Regular take-overs of busy main roads and high streets; creating multi-use space for play, leisure, fun, street markets and simply living. Our contribution, Blam City Park is just that, an urban park for the city dweller, the flaneur, skateboarders, ballers, players and citizens who want out of the building into the open air.
BCP has been designed in collaboration with basketball court artist Lois O’Hara and baked by 12 year old Ivy Hanson, with help from our friends at @eggandspoon1 in Brighton. With a background in public realm development and enlivenment Produce UK offer an uplifting, inclusive and colourful placemaking addition to the Gingerbread City.
PLEASE VOTE for our Blam City Park in the Instagram competition here: @moagingerbreadcompetition Simply LIKE the picture of our contribution (look out for the picture featuring the silver unicorn) the winner is announced on Jan 8th.
Open every day from 10am-6pm from Saturday 8 December 2018 to Sunday 6 January 2019 V&A Museum, Creative Studio on Level 4 Tickets: £6, children under 12 free Book: vam.ac.uk To coincide with the exhibition the MoA will be hosting a series of gingerbread house-making workshops for families from Saturday 8 December. Tickets: £30 per house. Recommended for ages 5+ Book: via Eventbrite
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