Published: Monday, 11th April 2022
Published on behalf of Collusion
Strike a pose and become a Box Head.
Have you seen these Box Heads around town or ahead of features at the Majestic and Corn Exchange Cinemas? You can join in, too!
Arts organisation Collusion are back in town with MANIFESTO*, an arts-led climate futures project made by young people for the town of King’s Lynn. They are looking for at least 100 young volunteers to join them as part of the project's finale on 13 May between 5 and 10pm. Box Heads are a playful artistic statement on consumer culture and climate change. By coming together for this event, young people are forming a unified voice out of a multitude of perspectives as they create a manifesto for King’s Lynn.
To take part, you must be aged 11 to 25 and live in King’s Lynn or have a connection to the town. Sometime before 13 May, you’ll need to drop into one of the Manifesto* sessions to have your photos taken to create your Box Head.
Follow the link – www.manifestokl.com/box-heads – for dates and times.
Then on 13 May, you’ll take part in a series of flash mobs on the streets of Lynn before joining MANIFESTO* live – a mini-festival at the Corn Exchange led by art-rock mavericks Klanghaus Neutrinos. The evening will showcase a series of artworks co-created by young people including live animated projections, interactive art installations, and musical performances.