Invisible Narratives – Wetland walk with James Parkin

WETLAND WALK & TALK With Tracy Hill & James Parkin
TUE 11 June, 13.30 -16.30
Newlyn Art Gallery

To expand on her ‘In Conversation’ with Lubaina Himid on 14 May, Tracy Hill is leading a walk around local wetland, Chyenhal Moor, a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), together with James Parkin.
Tracy Hill’s artistic practice challenges the historic perceptions of wetlands and invites a reconsideration of these living landscapes. James Parkin is an Ecologist and works for Penwith Landscape Partnership. Together, through walking and conversation, they hope to reveal a new insight into these unique landscapes.

Please arrive on time as a minibus will collect participants from Newlyn Art Gallery promptly at 13.30, to arrive at the site for a 14.00 start of the walk. The walk lasts about 2 hours and the minibus will return participants to Newlyn Art Gallery afterwards.
Participants are advised to wear suitable footwear and clothing for the uneven and wet terrain.

Part of a series events linked to Invisible Narratives, an exhibition at Newlyn Art Gallery

Free, but please book via Eventbrite








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