Blog it for Babies in Nottingham

By | May 2, 2012

Tomorrow, me and some fellow bloggers from the East Midlands area will be  visiting Lakeside Arts Centre to create a large window that will be used in EXXOPOLIS, the new Luminarium by Architects of Air.

Here’s Penny’s video of part of the new Luminarium.

Architects of Air’s Luminariums are giant colourful, inflatable sculptures you can walk inside and this one will have it’s world premiere in Nottingham at the Wheee! Children’s theatre and dance festival at Lakeside Arts from 2-9th June. Wheee! culminates in a family weekend on the 9 and 10 June, with free craft, art, spontaneous performance and fun in the parkland around the arts centre, plus even more shows to choose from. Book shows now, the weekend attracted over 4,000 visitors last year.

We’re doing this to raise money for Save The Children’s Build it for Babies campaign.  The amazing (but slightly crazy) Mammasaurus is touring the UK visiting blogging events up and down the country.  Blog it for Babies hope to raise money for selected equipment for a delivery room in a healthcare clinic in Bangladesh.

In return for our labours in making this amazing experience, which families all over the world will enjoy, we would love you to sponsor us a £1. Just TEXT: XVRL71£1 to 70070.  More details on Blog it for Babies Just Giving page.

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Born27 on May 3, 2012 at 10:04 am.

Wow. That’s an amazing art. I love it. The structures and the color are so great. Unbelievable.
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Jared on May 6, 2012 at 1:14 am.

Thanks for the video…You made a perfect kind of structures..

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Heidi19 on May 7, 2012 at 1:59 pm.

I admire you and those people who gave their time to help raised money, to acquire selected equipment for a delivery room in a healthcare clinic in Bangladesh. Just keep up the good work Emma and Continue this good deed!
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Wilks Bostick on June 12, 2012 at 8:56 pm.

That is superb. I am liking it a lot. I am sure this will certainly be a hit for kids too. Can’t wait to check this one out.

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