14 May 2020, Monmouth, 10am – 8pm
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The Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Wye Valley River Festival team and Articulture invite you to join other land stewards and creatives to explore co-creating transformational and inclusive arts experiences, to help grow deeper understanding and connection to the living landscapes we are all part of.
This is a day to find common ground, fire your imagination, forge new friendships, and expand your knowledge around key challenges in this field including diversity, access, sustainability and climate change.
With the Wye Valley River Festival – a unique and creative collaboration between arts and environment professionals, who develop, produce and deliver the Festival with stakeholders and the communities of the Wye Valley AONB as the inspiration – the programme includes interventions from artists Rhys Trimble, Rose Popay, Desperate Men, Deasy Bamford, and Tin Shed Theatre. There will also be active workshops and open space discussions with guests Migrations, Diverse City, Wye Valley AONB, Natural Resources Wales, Marc Rees, Citrus Arts and Cadw, as well as a walk through the beautiful Wye, shared food, and international renowned show ‘Fantastic Planet’ by Amanda Parer – giant illuminated humanoids – at dusk in Tintern Abbey.
Creative Landscapes is a UK wide event, set in and drawing inspiration from the unique outdoor arts practice in Wales, but with an important international agenda. It is supported by Wye Valley AONB, Visit Wales, Welsh Government, and the Arts Council of Wales.