A new project website www.thehaslergallery.org has been launched this week. It provides an overview of the work of five artists who were commissioned by the North Finchley Town Team and MoDA to create new work inspired by the museum's collections.
Regular readers of this blog will know that the Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture (MoDA) has been working with North Finchley Town Team over the past year or so, running a project called the Hasler Gallery in Barnet's Grand Arcade.
Over the months, five professional artists and designers have used MoDA's collections as the starting point for the development of new work, each finding different inspiration and taking their work in surprising new ways.
Four of the artists have now shown their work in the Gallery, with the fifth, Aviva Leeman, due to open in a few weeks. The project website www.thehaslergallery.org launches this week. It provides an overview of their work for this project, and will hopefully encourage other young artists and designers to come to MoDA for creative inspiration.
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