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Sign up for City of London community art gallery..


People Where I Live is a summer holiday activity for residents across all City of London and our housing estates. The final outcome will be temporary displays on or nearby each housing estate (alongside a digital exhibition that will be created online) hopefully in Autumn 2020 and then in Easter 2021, we hope to make a large exhibition of all of the tiles located somewhere in the Square Mile in partnership with the Culture and Heritage team. The project team may set a theme for the artistic creations so that there is a cohesiveness to them when they are put together.

Every household who signs up will be given a large canvas board tile on which to create a piece of artwork to be displayed either in their window or on their door. When the situation allows us, we would then bring all the pieces of artwork created on that estate together to be displayed.

Residents can sign up by following this link or by getting in touch with us at community.engagement@cityoflondon.gov.uk

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