The second ‘Reconnecting to the Landscape’ project led by nidderdale visual arts is all about the rocks beneath our feet. Stone sculptor Joseph Hayton has been appointed as the artist for the project which includes community and educational workshops, as well as a final piece of artwork by the artist. You can see Joseph’s work by accessing his website here.
Events in 2016… watch out for more in 2017
Photographic Competition ‘Aspects of the Geology of Upper Nidderdale’. Closing date is Wednesday 26 October. Click here for more information.
Thursday 27 October, 10:30am–12:30pm: Walk around Scot Gate Ash quarry with Shirley Everett and Joseph Hayton. Meet at number 6 studio gallery at 10:20am with suitable clothing and footwear.
Thursday 27 and Friday 28, 10:00am–4:00pm: Exhibition of Photographs at number 6 studio gallery.
Friday 28 October, 7:00–8:30pm: ‘Accessible Geology of Upper Nidderdale’ – an illustrated talk unwrapping the mysteries of the geology of Upper Nidderdale. With Shirley Everett at number 6 studio gallery.
To reserve a place on the walk and/or talk please contact ‘Under our Feet’ project by email: firstname.lastname@example.org leaving your name and contact details.