Wildlife Imprints

Saturday 7th September – Sunday 6th October 11am – 4pm
Stroud Brewery GL5 2BU

Celebrating the canal as wildlife corridor, a link between communities and a looking glass into our industrial heritage through mono printmaking.

An unfiltered exhibition of work made during four workshops in July / Aug ‘19 at the Stroud Brewery by: residents of Moreton Hill Care Centre: Members of Interplay – inter-generational social group: Re Connect Art Group for people with long-term health conditions and carers and others who turned up and abandoned themselves to mono printmaking.

This exhibition forms part of a series of community led exhibitions and performances within the Wool and Water festival over the 7th and 8th of September. The series of works celebrate canal and textile heritage through work by local artists and community creatives.

Many thanks to Stroud Brewery for hosting these sessions.

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