World’s First Art Exhibition For Dogs
If you like dogs and art, this news is for you. There is an art exhibition in London. It is special. It is an exhibition for dogs. Dogs can have fun at the exhibition. They can interact with the art.
There is a model of a car. There is a fan next to it. Dogs can get in the car. They can put their heads out of the windows. The fan makes wind. The dogs feel like they are in a real car.
There is also a 3-metre dog bowl. It is filled with brown balls. They look like dog food.
The creator of the exhibition wants to make dogs happy. He says that dogs must play. It is good for their health.
Difficult words: exhibition (a show), interact (do something with something else), fan (a thing which makes the air move; you have this in your room when it is hot).
This news is for all dog lovers who also like art – there is an art exhibition for dogs in London. And it’s interactive!
One piece of art is a model of a car with a fan next to it. Dogs can get in the car, put their heads outside the windows, and enjoy the ride!
There is also a 3-metre dog bowl filled with brown balls, which look like dog food.
The creator says that it is important for the health of dogs that they play. He hopes that the artwork makes a lot of dogs happy.
Difficult words: exhibition (a show in a museum), interactive (you can interact with it – do something to/with it).
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Some might consider a trip to an art gallery a perfect date, but now it’s become a doggy play-date. Yes, this is an art exhibition purely for dogs. And it’s interactive!
This one’s called cruising canines where they can get the sensation of sticking their heads out of a car window, a favourite past-time for many a pup.
Just to confused them, there’s a 10-foot dog bowl filled with play balls made to look like a dog’s dinner – it seems they’ve enjoyed that one. And finally, for dogs that don’t mind a wash, there’s a watery wonder with fountains magically jumping between dog bowls.
“I think that play is really important to a dog’s mental and physical wellbeing, and I really hope that the artwork gets a lot of dog’s tails wagging.”
And it looks like it’s working.
Difficult words: purely (only), cruise (travel, move), canine (dog), sensation (feeling), wag (move backwards and forwards).