A CELEBRATION OF CREATIVITY
A community event showcasing a range of artistic work spanning multiple disciplines, shared by people and groups aiming to raise awareness of mental ill health and challenge stigma.
Entry to the exhibition at all venues is FREE.
For more information about A Celebration of Creativity in Angus, please contact Sheila Newcombe or visit the Facebook page:
01241 829 214, [email protected]
Explore the wood and pick out a birch tree that you can relate to. Does it match your style, personality or body shape? Why not capture it with pastels?
Create a life-sized self-portrait or impression using woodland materials within a cone outline of your body.
FRUITING BODIES: MAKE ROOM FOR THE MUSHROOMS
A creative workshop where you can learn how to weave a mushroom or toadstool from willow.
MILLENNIUM WOODLAND STORY CLUB
If you go down to the woods today, you're in for a big surprise.
Reconnected | Normality?
An exhibition of creative work from Angus Creative Minds on the themes of Reconnected and Normality?
Participating artists were provided with one or more squares of loomstate linen canvas to use in the exhibition. Creative works include sculpture, drawings, embroidery, paintings, collage and more.
View the exhibition online at anguscreativeminds.net, and in person at Angus Creative Minds later this month.
Image: Reconnected Normality by Frank Proctor for Angus Creative Minds
Pull up a woodland stump and listen to the sounds that surround you. How would you interpret them in pastel? Give it a go!