The free 'Afternoon Tea & Talks' accompanies Art Pop-Up's Once Upon a Time works in progress exhibition at Stamford Arts Centre Gallery as part of the Community Day on Saturday November 19th (also free family orientated activities from 10am-2pm).
Emma Goldberg from Natural England will speak on threats to our woodlands, Christine Reid, Head of Conservation at the Woodland Trust will discuss ancient woodland ecosystems and their Tree Charter, artist Sue Shields will talk about 'Folklore, Mythology and Lost Affinities With Trees' plus the exhibition artists will discuss their work and poet Darren Rawnsley will be performing.
The Gallery has limited seating so places must be booked in advance.
The exhibition is at Stamford Arts Centre from 8th-20th November 2016. The final works will be shown at Peterborough City Gallery from 17th March to 21st May 2017. The exhibition includes new works by Sam Roddan, Sue Shields, Sheelah Mahalath Bewley and Laura Barnard.
Queries should be emailed to email@example.com
The project is supported by The Woodland Trust, Natural England, Peterborough Environmental City Trust, Vivacity, the Kiwanis and Mid UK Recycling.