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Grasslands Art 3

Location: Museum in the Park, Stratford Park, Stroud GL5 4AF

Dates: Exhibition open on the following dates:

Jan 25 & 26 Feb 15 & 16 Feb 22 & 23 Feb 29 & Mar 1 Mar 7 & 8

Time: 11am - 4pm on the above dates.

This Exhibition at Museum in the Park, Stroud, shows art works made by members of the public in collaboration with eco artist Joanna Callaghan in celebration of the beautiful and increasingly rare limestone grasslands of the Cotswolds.

Each piece of work has been created on paper handmade by artist Joanna Callaghan using wildflowers and grasses typical of local limestone grasslands. Children and adults took a piece of the handmade paper and using natural art materials such as chalk, charcoal and mud made an image showing what this wonderful natural habitat meant to them. The beautiful and varied pieces of art were all made as part of the Limestone Living Legacies Project run by Back from the Brink.

Come along and have a go at the drop in workshop here at the Museum in the Park on: Feb 16 11am - 4 pm.

The Artist and Project Officer will be talking about working together on the project so come along to hear them on March 5th at 2pm. £5, Booking required, go here.