Take part in Ailie Rutherford’s residency at the National Wildflower Centre
As part of the ‘Make an Impact’ outreach project, artist Ailie Rutherford will be taking on a 4 week residency at the National Wildflower Centre. During this time, participants will be able to take part in creating a model of the future, by communicating with the plants…
This event is open to all to participate, please just turn up to the Wildflower Centre between 10am and 2pm on the following dates:
Wednesday 27th March,
Thursday 28th March,
Wednesday 3rd April,
Thursday 4th April
For further information email [email protected]displaycentre.com
This residency is hosted by Bluecoat Display Centre as part of their ‘Making an Impact’ project which aims to reach new audiences and engage people in craft and the benefits that it can have on a person’s overall health and wellbeing.
The project is made possible through public funding from Arts Council England, Granada Foundation, Hemby Trust and other anonymous donators.