FLOW has been short listed in the ‘Best Art Project’ category for the 2012 National Lottery Awards, and is one of two East Midlands projects to make the current shortlist of 10 projects nationally.
For FLOW, Fermynwoods instigated Interchange; a fortnight of artistic activity and dialogue along the Grand Union Canal and River Nene, with artists Jo Roberts, Simon Woolham, David Littler and Jason Singh.
FLOW was a series of new site specific artworks that explored and responded to the journey of water throughout Northamptonshire focusing on different aspects of the county’s waterways, from its major canals and rivers, to its iconic water towers and reservoirs.
To vote for FLOW please call 0844 836 9675
or visit www.lotterygoodcauses.org.uk/awards
Voting opens on 26th June and ends July 22nd.
The three projects in each category with the highest number of votes will go through to the final round of public voting later this summer.No Comments