Thursday 16 March 2017

Latest on the Grunwick 40 commemorative mural

Foer those wondering what had happened with the Grunwich 40th anniversary mural here is a message from Anna Ferrie, the mural artist and the Grunwick 40 team.

The exhibition is in its last weeks  at Willesden Library finishing at 5pm on Sunday March 26th.

We wanted to let you know about progress with the Grunwick 40 commemorative mural as many of you have been asking for an update. We had hoped to have the mural up by now but issues with site permissions and bureaucracy have meant that we can't yet move forward to install the panels. 

However, the mural composite designs are done and incorporate all of the artwork that was produced in the workshops. We are working hard to speed up the process to ensure the mural can be installed and unveiled within the next few months and we hope be able to bring you a firm date soon. In the meantime, you may be interested in The Art of Protest event later this month where we'll be discussing the different ways that art can be used to remember radical histories. We hope to see you either there or when we launch the mural!

Anna Ferrie and the Grunwick 40 team

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