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Ascalon – The Guildhall, Gaol Hill

Artist: Kate Munro with Equal Lives Youth Forum


Norwich Guildhall was the centre of city government from the early 15th century until its replacement by City Hall in 1938. The exterior provides an excellent example of the flint work that the area is famous for. Kate Munro, the artist worked with designs by Equal Lives Youth Forum, a young disabled people’s community, creating flint-like textures and colours. Kate also employed the cross hatching and formal layout of knapped flint, the traditional craft of hammering stones to reveal the glass-like interior.

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