Mural creation at WWT Welney 13 – 18 Oct – do join in!

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Ouse Washes Community Murals Project

FREE Drop-in mosaic-making workshops:

Monday 13 October – 18 October 10 am – 3.30 pm daily

WWT Welney Wetland Centre | Hundred Foot Bank | Welney | Norfolk | PE14 9TN

 

Our final mural for the Ouse Washes Community Murals Project will be created in the inspiring setting of the Welney Wetland Centre.

Come along and join in the FREE drop-in workshops to help make the mural: you can suggest ideas for the design, help with drawing and planning and learn how to to turn it into a fabulous outdoor mosaic which will go on permanent display in the grounds at Welney.

Expert mural artist, Carolyn Ash, will guide you through the process. You can stay as long as you like – for a few minutes or several hours, if you wish. No experience is necessary as Carolyn will help you with all aspects of this popular and absorbing activity. All ages and levels of skill are welcome. The murals previously created for Mepal Outdoor Centre and Denver Sluice will be on display to inspire you – what will you create for Welney?

 

The workshops are free and you can drop in any time during the sessions from Monday 13 October – Saturday 18 October. Times are as follows: Monday, Thurs, Sat 10am – 3.30pm Tuesday 10am—12.30pm Wednesday & Friday 2pm—8pm

 Look out for further information on Ouse Washes murals Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/OWLPCommunityMurals

Check the Facebook page too for any changes to advertised times and for any additional after school workshops.

Contact: Nathan Jones: E nathan.jones@adec.org.uk T 01353 616995 W http://www.adec.org.uk

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Wonderful mural created with the aid of 120 school children and local residents, recently finished at Denver Sluice Complex. Image: Christine Pike/ ADeC

 

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Come and join in for mural project at Denver Sluice – free and fun

logosA new mural is being created at Denver Sluice Complex this week – come and join in. It is free for all to help out.

Come and tell us what you think we should include in the mural and then create your artwork with the help of ADeC and its appointed artist, Carolyn Ash. See the mural develop as people are working on it this week – what is your opinion of and relationship with your local  environment? What is special about the Denver Sluice and its surrounding countryside?

The end-result will be visible for all at Denver Sluice – so, come and make sure you can show off your part of the mural to your friends and family later down the line.

See below for the times this week you can come and join in: every day until Saturday this week:

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Details of workshop dates for mural creation at Denver Sluice. Source: @DarrenTrumperEA

 

ADeC has also go a great Facebook page specifically to inform you about the latest updates on the mural project – do have a look: https://twitter.com/ceramiclover/status/510105597476614145

The project has had quite a bit of media publicity already; see below for a selection of recent news articles:

 

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The finished mural for Mepal Outdoor Centre, the first of the three outdoor murals created a few weeks ago. This will be hung up on an appropriate wall soon for all to admire. Source: ADeC/ Christine Pike, for OWLP.

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