After a fantastic couple of weeks ALL2013 draws to a close this Sunday. A huge thank you to all the artists, location owners, committee members and supporters for helping to make it happen and to all the many visitors who have come along to engage with the artworks. It has been a real pleasure to see so many artworks around Cambridge and to see so many interventions in the public domain.
If you have yet to pay a visit to Plurabelle Books, we shall have a final late-night opening this Friday 1st November from 4-8pm, so do call in for a glass of wine and a chat.
And then to close out A:L:L please join us this Sunday 3rd November at 2.45pm on Parker’s Piece for a final interactive and performative event, A Human Chain for Catalonia. At 3pm artist Josepa Munoz will lead a poetry reading and event to celebrate the Catalonian identity and form a human chain in solidarity with the movement for Catalonia. We shall then retire to CB2 for a cup of tea.
Finally, we would very much welcome your feedback on all aspects of A:L:L, so please do take a moment to fill in our feedback form and tell us your thoughts.