New Romford exhibition gives new meaning to word home
Residents are being asked to give their views on where they live as part of a new interactive exhibition.
Called sense of place, it is a collaborative exhibition between artists Joanne Rose Tidey and Kirsty Packer in South Street, Romford.
It sees visitors being asked to draw their own interpretation of their homes on the walls using tapes.
Joanne said: “There is nothing like this in the area.
“We are asking people to interact with the art rather than just observing.
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The exhibition runs from Sunday June 3 (today) to Saturday June 9 from 11am to 1pm and 2pm, visit romfordarts.com
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