Location: The Arches, Top Lodge, Fineshade Wood, Nr Corby, NN17 3BB.
Date: 20th November
Time: 7 - 8.30pm
Join us for the launch of a new artist installation and a talk exploring the relationship between insects, people and trees.
Talk starts at 7pm prompt.
Justin Carter is the latest artist in residence at Fineshade Wood.
His installation, Blood from Stone – Impressions of Life, is inspired by the regional relationship between Oak and Ore and the forest as a site of ancient industry.
Justin is Reader in Contemporary Practice: Art & Environment and Lecturer in Sculpture & Environmental Art at Glasgow School of Art.
Susannah will discuss the reintroduction of the Chequered Skipper butterfly, extinct in England since 1976, and the restoration and management of a network of woodland sites across the Rockingham Forest area, creating more habitat in which vulnerable species can thrive.
Please register here to ensure your place.
Spaces are limited. The event is free to attend however car parking charges apply.
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