How to book:

BOOKING NOT REQUIRED

RACHAEL LONG: A Hostry Festival Exhibition

VISUAL ARTS

The festival’s commission to leading Norfolk sculptor Rachael Long was to create a sculpture for this year’s Central Production inspired by the story of Beethoven’s Tenth by Sir Peter Ustinov. Rachael has collaborated with us over a fascinating 9-month period to create a piece of work set to generate interest similar to her Lifeboat Horse at Wells-next-the-Sea, created in 2018. “Is Anybody There? The opening line of The Listeners by Walter de la Mare was the question that rang in my head while I worked. I was fascinated and haunted by Beethoven’s loss of hearing. He became totally deaf by the time he was 45, yet he composed such extraordinary music”
The exhibition can also
be viewed by those
attending the festival’s
Central Production
of Beethoven’s Tenth
by Sir Peter Ustinov

RACHEL LONG – www.rachaellongsculpture.com
Rachael’s stunning 6ft-tall sculpture will be on show to
all those attending the Central Production of Beethoven’s
Tenth (see centre pages). Plus a daily exhibition of the
works surrounding this commission will be available to
all those visiting Dippy On Tour at Norwich Cathedral.
Rachael will be donating a percentage of sales from the
exhibition to the festival.

The exhibition can also be viewed by those attending the festival’s
Central Production of Beethoven’s Tenth by Sir Peter Ustinov, Monday 25th to Saturday 31st October 2021.

Please note: Follow the Green Dinosaur Footprints for entry to the Hostry building this autumn.

A Hostry Festival Commission

End Time: 4:00 pm (approx)

RACHAEL LONG: A Hostry Festival Exhibition

VISUAL ARTS
End Time: 4:00 pm (approx)

How to book:

BOOKING NOT REQUIRED

The festival’s commission to leading Norfolk sculptor Rachael Long was to create a sculpture for this year’s Central Production inspired by the story of Beethoven’s Tenth by Sir Peter Ustinov. Rachael has collaborated with us over a fascinating 9-month period to create a piece of work set to generate interest similar to her Lifeboat Horse at Wells-next-the-Sea, created in 2018. “Is Anybody There? The opening line of The Listeners by Walter de la Mare was the question that rang in my head while I worked. I was fascinated and haunted by Beethoven’s loss of hearing. He became totally deaf by the time he was 45, yet he composed such extraordinary music”
The exhibition can also
be viewed by those
attending the festival’s
Central Production
of Beethoven’s Tenth
by Sir Peter Ustinov

RACHEL LONG – www.rachaellongsculpture.com
Rachael’s stunning 6ft-tall sculpture will be on show to
all those attending the Central Production of Beethoven’s
Tenth (see centre pages). Plus a daily exhibition of the
works surrounding this commission will be available to
all those visiting Dippy On Tour at Norwich Cathedral.
Rachael will be donating a percentage of sales from the
exhibition to the festival.

The exhibition can also be viewed by those attending the festival’s
Central Production of Beethoven’s Tenth by Sir Peter Ustinov, Monday 25th to Saturday 31st October 2021.

Please note: Follow the Green Dinosaur Footprints for entry to the Hostry building this autumn.

A Hostry Festival Commission