Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Jawspring Exhibition : World Poetry Day

Jawspring Poster
A real team effort from Bryan Benge, Dean Reddick, Dawes Gray, Maryam Mazraei and myself has prepared us for the opening of the Jawspring exhibition tomorrow morning.

The exhibition poster (left) is safely slotted into our A-frame board and the 35 sushi laureates have pride of place in three bespoke display cases.

Dean Reddick and
Bryan Benge
We hope you'll be able to come along on Friday 21st March from 6-8pm to help celebrate World Poetry Day but just in case you can't I've posted some photos of the Village Hall Gallery below.

The Gallery will be open at other times too, so please come along and say hello. I'll be there every day, busily making sushi out of recycled materials.

Opening Times:
Wednesday 19th: 11am-1pm
Thursday 20th: 1-4pm
Friday 21st: 4-8pm
Saturday 22nd: 11am-4pm
Sunday 23rd: 1-4pm

Sara Lerota/Ann Vaughan-Williams (Top Left)
Melanie Ezra/Tony Josolyne (Top right)
Francesca Cantioni/Humphrey Aylwin Selfe
(Bottom right)
Alban Low/Jane Barton (bottom right)
We're very fortunate that the Merton Poets will be giving a poetry performance from 7pm in the adjoining room on the night itself. Come and meet the poets and many of the artists too, share a glass of wine and take home a sushi poem for a very affordable £1.

Sushi Laureates
Look forward to seeing you there.


(from left) Bryan Benge, Eskild Beck, Siobhan Tarr,
 Renata Szur & Wayne Sleeth

(From right) Maryam Mazraei, Ella Penn, Stuart Simler
(On the plinth) Robert Good
(Sculpture) Wojciech Antoni Sobczynski

(from right) Dawes Gray, Shona Davies and Dave Monaghan,
Alban Low & Tahira Mandarino

Dean Reddick's work inspired by poet John Grant

(From left) Ann Kopka, Philp J Deed,
and Carolina Khouri

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