The free talks accompany Art Pop-Up's Once Upon a Time exhibition at Peterborough City Gallery March 18th - May 21st 2017
Following a tour of the exhibition with the artists, Emma Goldberg from Natural England will speak on threats to our woodlands and Christine Reid, Head of Conservation at the Woodland Trust, will discuss ancient woodland ecosystems and their Tree Charter. Writer and poet Darren Rawnsley will also be performing. Speaker on folklore and affinities with nature to be confirmed.
Limited seating is available so places must be booked in advance.
The exhibition includes new works by Sam Roddan, Sue Shields, Sheelah Mahalath Bewley and Laura Barnard with film work by Anu-Laura Tuttelberg.
Queries should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
The project is supported by The Woodland Trust's National Tree Charter, Natural England, Vivacity, The Ernest Cook Trust, Peterborough Environmental City Trust, the Kiwanis and Mid UK Recycling.
The education programme with Mark Grist and Laura Barnard is supported by Peterborough Presents with design by Paper Rhino.