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  • Monday Closed
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  • Thursday 10am - 4pm
  • Friday 10am - 4pm
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People in South East Northumberland are invited to work collectively, alongside artists INSTAR, to produce a series of large-scale ‘embroidered club patches’ and photographic portraits to capture individual journeys and relationships with the natural world.

Inspired by a series of creative consultation events with 130 people from across South East Northumberland, the decision making group (made up of 25 people who stayed connected during the pandemic via a Facebook group) identified the theme of ‘Care for the Environment through art, creativity and cultural activity’ as the subject for the second creative brief, building on the creative writing collaboration between Jacqueline McKeown and creative writer Bob Beagrie.

You can read Jacqueline’s poem ‘At Craster Harbour’ that inspired the brief.   

The panel of decision makers, including Jacqueline, were looking for a proposal that responded imaginatively to the call to care for our environment, looking for ambitious, collaborative approaches that engaged people in South East Northumberland.

The panel appointed arts partnership INSTAR, who produce contemporary art work inspired by the natural world.