Monday 9th November 2015

Newton-le-Willows residents get artistic with upcycled furniture

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An exhibition of upcycled furniture produced by the Newton-le-Willows residents was on display in Earlestown Market last month, as part of a project called 22 Dragons.

Paula & Piotr Pietrzak, co-founders of Passsoul Studio based in Newton-le-Willows were awarded a Prototype Projects commission for Round 3 to develop a series of upcycling furniture workshops designed specifically for a group of visually impaired individuals from Newton-le-Willows.

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Watch the interviews with artists Paula & Piotr Pietrzak and hear what participants Elaine Holman and David Hamnett had to say about the project.

The upcycled furniture for 22 Dragons will be exhibited in St Helens Central Library in the new year.

For more information about Prototype Projects click here.

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