The Gravelly Barn team are almost ready to tempt your tastebuds with an amazing combination of food and art at their Fart Exhibition (Food and Art!)
The three-day show at the EJD Studio promises to be a fascinating fusion of visual art and culinary creations, all prepared for your delectation… and to raise money for charity as well. It will feature work by some of the best local artists, including painting, drawing, photography, ceramics, printing, and 3-D work. In fact something to cater for all tastes – literally.
There will be displays and demonstrations by chef Clive Marshall showing how food presentation can be seen as art in its own right. You may even be able to sample some. And to complete the senses, there will be music from the Ware Ukulele Group on Saturday afternoon at 3pm and a live performance by the Razed Roof Inclusive Performance Arts Group from Harlow, on Sunday from 3pm, again based around the theme of food. Please see our website for dates and times.
Teas, coffee, cakes and other refreshments will be available on all three days and there will be free parking opposite Gravelly Barn. Disabled parking on site.
The exhibition runs from Friday 23 June to Sunday 25 June, with doors opening from 10.00-17.00 on the Friday and Saturday and 10.00-16.30 on the Sunday. Admission is free and all the work will be offered for sale.All the money raised will be going to Haematology Cancer Care at University College London Hospital, a charity supporting patients and research, the latest of which being the ground-breaking CAR T-cell therapy. This uses the patient’s own immune system to fight cancer and is now available on the NHS.
Get ready for your senses to be challenged in June when Gravelly Barn holds its Food and Art Exhibition – Fart for short! It will fuse visual art and culinary creations over three days and feature work by some of the best local artists, and there will be demonstrations by Clive Marshall, showing how food presentation can be seen as art in its own right. During the weekend there will be live music and a performance by the Razed Roof Inclusive Performance Arts Group.
“We are really excited at trying something new at Gravelly Barn and hope that it will appeal to all tastes – literally,” said Jane Davalle.
All the money raised will be going to Haematology Cancer Care at University College London Hospital a charity supporting patients and research, the latest of which being the ground-breaking CAR T-cell therapy which uses the patients own immune system to fight cancer and is now available on the NHS.