Blog

5
Dec

Celebration & Creation with artist and folklorist Anne Marie Lagram

When she isn’t researching & discovering new folklore or creating her own artwork, Anne Marie spends her time running bespoke art & community workshops, providing business training, one-to-one mentoring and giving talks to groups. She really is a busy lady, but has still managed to find time to get fully involved in the work of the Boundary Way Project. At

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7
Nov

Ghostly Storytelling at Boundary Way with Regional Voice Theatre

The wind howled around the polytunnel and as the night drew in, the lanterns were lit and the scene was set ready for an evening of excitement, anticipation and chills for the whole family. Last Saturday evening, we were delighted to welcome Regional Voice Theatre to the allotment for an eerie performance of ‘Winter Tales’, and we can’t wait to

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18
Oct

Sense of Place Exhibition Success

Last Saturday, the allotment polytunnel was transformed into an exciting exhibition space for our latest art exhibition, ‘Sense of Place’. As part of the annual Wolverhampton Open Studios event, our art and archive exhibition explored memories, nostalgia and meaning in relation to gardening and allotments and was a huge hit with all of our visitors, both old and new. We

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10
Oct

Encaustic Wax Experiments with artist Rebecca Green

We recently found a new way to explore the natural heritage of Boundary Way Allotments and Community Garden and are so excited to share it with you; introducing the ancient technique of encaustic art. An art making technique that has been around since approx. 100AD, encaustics uses hot wax to create art by painting, dripping and layering. The natural origins of

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2
Oct

Winter Tales at Boundary Way

On 3rd November we are delighted to be hosting an evening of Winter themed ghostly storytelling with Regional Voice Theatre – Winter Tales. It is set to be an entertaining evening in the community garden. Lit by torchlight, this simply staged story-telling show will take you to the eerie world of spirits, ghosts and the uncanny through the power of your imagination.

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25
Sep

Sense of Place Exhibition 2018

We are delighted to announce that we are once again taking part in Wolverhampton Open Studios Weekend and will be returning with a bigger and better Sense of Place Exhibition on afternoon and evening of Saturday 13th October 2018. The exhibition will include the work of fourteen individual artists who have found inspiration on the site and we will also

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20
Sep

Nature Inspired Book Making with artist Clare Wassermann

Following the success of her team concertina bookmaking workshop, we recently invited artist Clare Wassermann back to Boundary Way to share her skills with some of our visitors. The day-long workshop was a great opportunity for participants to experiment with mindful sketching, markmaking and gathering materials to capture sense of place in the Allotments and Community Garden. The books of

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21
Aug

Celebrating the Seasons with Anne Marie Lagram

Everything we do at Boundary Way is influenced by the environment around us and the seasons play a huge part in that. At Boundary Way we believe that our amazing seasons are something to be celebrated, with each one bringing the opportunity for new discoveries and fresh perspective. We have been working closely with artist & folklorist Anne Marie Lagram

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17
Aug

Allotment Inspired Art with printmaker Linda Nevill

Here at Boundary Way, we love it when artists create work inspired by our site and we feel fortunate to have had so many talented people come and enjoy finding inspiration on the allotment. Printmaker Linda Nevill has been one of the artists finding inspiration in the Boundary Way landscape and a few weeks ago she guided a relaxing day

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7
Aug

The Boundary Way Brochure

We are delighted to announce the launch of our exciting new, illustrated Boundary Way Allotments & Community Garden Brochure. Our new brochure, designed by Marie Sewell, tells the story of the allotment from its formation to the current day Boundary Way and takes an in-depth look at the work of the Boundary Way Project. It is so exciting to have

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