We’re looking forward to an innovative programme of creative workshops exploring the importance and beauty of the fungi at Boundary Way. In this series of workshops we will be working with local artists, scientists and plant experts to represent the fungi in new and exciting ways through art exploration. Join us in the Community Garden to explore drawing, painting, experimental textiles and folklore, as part of our Magnifying Mushrooms project – an arts and science project supported by Grow Wild and Creative Black Country.

The workshops are as follows:

8th June 2019 – Fascinating Fungi Explored in Textiles: Introductory Workshop with textile artist Elise Stewart.  For more information click her to visit our event page.

15th June 2019 – Outdoor Sketching Discovery with artist Clare Wassermann. For more information click here to visit our event page.

22nd June 2019 – Discovering Fungi Folklore with artist & folklorist Anne Marie Lagram. For more information click here to visit our event page.

23rd June 2019 – Fascinating Fungi Explored in Textiles: Stitch & Rust Dyeing with textile artist Elise Stewart.  For more information click her to visit our event page.

7th July 2019 – Fascinating Fungi Explored in Textiles: Markmaking in Stitch with textile artist Elise Stewart.  For more information click her to visit our event page.

28th July 2019 – Magnifying Mushrooms Drawing Workshop with artist Hannah Boyd. For more information click her to visit our event page.

We can’t wait to welcome you to our workshops this summer for fungi art discovery and learning. If you would like to join us, please use the links on our events page to book your place so you don’t miss out on these exciting opportunities.

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