Funded by Historic England
Exploring Hadrian’s Wall through creative thoughts on what has been left behind and what we would leave behind.
Across a series of creative workshops, funded by Historic England, Hadrian’s Wall 1900 Festival has worked with Action Foundation, Stand 4 Youth Group and the Art Group at St. James’ Church to explore and develop the groups’ connections to Hadrian’s Wall in Newcastle.
Join us as we showcase an exhibition of some of the work that has been created by local community groups as part of these workshops, alongside a series of public workshops and performances
Friday 29th July, 1-4PM – Help us build our own Wall out of recycled materials with artist Petra and listen to music written by groups working with musician Gareth and the Tyne Valley Rail Partnership
Saturday 30th July, 11AM-3PM – Create your own pottery masterpiece, have a go at printmaking and see the completion of our recycled wall!
Taking place in Newcastle City Library, this project is funded by Historic England. No booking required, drop in any time!