Scour II: the Museum in the Landscape

The Scour Arts Project is back in Redditch for 2019 with Scour II at Forge Mill Museum and the Arrow Valley Country Park! We have now secured funding from Arts Council England, Arts in Redditch, The Elmley Foundation, Midcounties Co-op and Redditch Borough Council to create new artworks in the park and run a series of public art workshops.

Artworks throughout the Country Park include a video projection event on 16th November in an undercroft of the Coventry Highway, a chalk sprayed stencil trail and a grass cut map artwork at Five Tunnels.

Keith and Liz will be joined by embroiderer Hanny Newton, walk artist Andrew Howe and botanical painter Nicky Ashford who will be running a series of exciting art workshops at Forge Mill Museum during May and June. Please join us if you can!

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Andrew Howe and Redditch historian Tony Green will be leading a walk through the landscape that surrounds Forge Mill on 25th May:

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Join Keith, Liz and Nicky for workshops to create images for the stencil trail:

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Work with Hanny to create a stitched map of the landscape using found objects from the park:

Scour Project Follow the River

 

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