Art exhibition surrounding the mythology of crows appearing in Lowestoft
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An art exhibition based on the mythology of crows is set to appear in Lowestoft this month.
Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, until September 24, 'A Murder of Crows' will be appearing at the Ferini Art Gallery in Pakefield.
The exhibition is a joint venture between the gallery and Waveney and Blyth Arts.
Featuring a mixture of two and three dimensional work inspired by the birds the exhibition will feature a wide range of East Anglian artists including Mark Ward, Ruth Wharrier and Mandy Walden.
A spokesman for Waveney and Blyth Arts, said: 'Members of the crow family appear in the mythology of communities across the world.
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'They represent everything from death to creation, and have inspired countless artists, poets and musicians.'
Building on the theme there will be a creative writing workshop entitled 'The Poetry of Crows', held in conjunction with the Suffolk Poetry Society, at the gallery on Wednesday, September 6.
For more information visit: waveneyandblytharts.com
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