Wednesday 1 July 2015

Launchpad at Reading Arts Week 2015.

A handmade dress made from second hand material.

For the first time Launchpad Art and Craft/Needlework groups have collaborated for this years Reading Arts Week. The main focus for these groups was to recycle everyday rubbish, old clothes or unused objects. The result is a varied display of 2D and 3D work craft and textiles all displayed on mannequins that have been kindly donated to us from Harrods. As always the artists have out done themselves, creating amazing drawings and paintings

Reading Arts Week is in the 3B's inside Reading's Town Hall. The exhibition is on from Tuesday 30th June until Sunday 5th July. Open from 10am  - 4pm Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 2pm Sunday.

Hand crafted clothes made from second-hand material and wool.

Sculpture features parts from broken computers.

A skirt made from woven Bags for Life and a top made from crisp packets.

These photo features a sculpture made out of a broken computer, an Easter chick, recycled jewellery and a tiger's head made from clay.

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