Invisible Dust

London | Wednesday 17 October
Pollution level: Moderate

Invisible Dust is awarded a Norwich Eco award!

Liz Ballard and Alice Sharp receive award from the Mayor of Norwich

We are delighted to announce that last Thursday Invisible Dust was commended by Norwich City Council for its work over the past year. This has included a residency at the Environmenal Sciences Department, UEA coordinated by Proffessor Peter Brimblecombe with artists HeHe and Liz Ballard, organising a Dialogue Day with 40 regional artists and University of East Anglia PhD Scientists, the January exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre of Visual Arts and education programme with Norfolk schools and children centres.

Artist and Invisible Dust project manager Liz Ballard and Curator Alice Sharp collected the award from the Lord Mayor of Norwich, Tom Dylan who was very particular about his hat! (see image above)

Check out some of the results of the artists residency at Cambridge Science Festival, where Invisible Dust is hosting an outdoor exhibition at Jesus Green Lido, opening 6-9pm on Thursday 17th February and continuing 12-9pm 18th, 19th and 20th. See Cambridge Science Festival.


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