Crack the Code Trail at Bletchley Park this half-term

Written by Jon Boswell on . Posted in Latest News

BRCC has been involved in an exciting arts programme taking part at Bletchley Park this half term, from Thursday 27th to Saturday 29th October.

‘Code Trail’ has been curated by Sally Annett, and is linked to the Contemplation Seats project that Sally has undertaken in partnership with BRCC’s arts development initiative, HAPPEN, and the Marston Vale Community Rail Partnership.

‘Code Trail’ will see paintings and installations by artist Mark Sibley displayed in various locations around Bletchley Park as part of The Big Draw. These large immersive works explore the fluid relationships between the real, physical and abstracted ‘coded’ worlds. ‘Bench’ located in the Mansion has been created specifically for this event.

BRCC’s John Hambley has provided the design services for all the promotional material, QR codes, website and polycarbonate display panels.

More information can be found on the Bletchley Park website.

You can of course visit Bletchley Park on the Marston Vale Rail Line.

Jon Boswell

Jon is Chief Executive of BRCC

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