BOOK YOUR PLACE NOW ON THIS AMAZING EVENT AS PART OF SALE ARTS TRAIL
The Grotto Project is a collaborative project and sculpture inspired by the romanticisation of heritage. The Grotto Project will gather together historic objects and stories from around Sale to create an immersive installation inspired by archaeology and museum collections. Artist Lucy Harvey is working with local residents to create the sculpture inspired by the social history of Sale in The Square Shopping Centre as part of Sale Arts Trail 2015.
Get involved with the project by joining Lucy on a free Art and Archaeology Trail to collect objects for the final installation for Sale Arts Trail 2015. The trail starts outside Waterside Arts Centre Saturday 6th June, 11am, reserve your place on Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/grottotour
A Family Art & Archaeology Trail runs from Sale West Community Centre on Saturday 13th June, check out The Grotto Project blog to find out more information: https://thegrottoproject.wordpress.com
The Grotto Project is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England; and with kind support from Sale Locality Partnership with funding from Make Sale Smile.
Sale Arts Trail at the Royal Exchange Theatre Craft Shop
Tuesday 2nd June – Sunday 19th July
Starting next Tuesday at the Royal Exchange Theatre Craft Shop a specially selected group show to promote the upcoming Sale Arts Trail. A fantastic mix of artists using a wide range of materials, giving a real taster of the upcoming second Sale Arts Trail 10th-12th JULY. Watch out for other Sale Arts Trail ‘flagged’ exhibitors dotted round the Craft Shop!
fir + wren
Ian Chadwick Glass Art
Jane Mitchell Designs
Michelle Keeling Glass
Rebecca Lawley Silver
Simon Buckley Photographer
Sylvia Glover Ceramics
Toby Cotterill Jewellery
Not long to go until Simply Cheshire opening this Friday at Arley Hall in Cheshire.
Come and find the Sale Arts Trail stand and meet four of this years exhibitors Sarah Mitch, Louise Dewsnap, Sarah Malone and Jo Lavelle.
See you there!
Over a week to go to the first Simply Cheshire show at Arley Hall and Gardens.
Come along to the Sale Arts Trail stand and meet and chat about this years trail with Louise Dewsnap, Mitch Canvas, Sarah Malone and Jo Lavelle four of the Sale Arts Trail exhibitors 2015.
Don’t forget to watch out for even more Sale Arts Trail exhibitors at the show including Dionne Swift Textiles, Tone Von Krogh Ceramics, Alasdair Nelson Ceramics, Juliette Hamilton Willow, Lucy Elisabeth Metalwork, Mike Burgess Chainsaw Carver and Rebecca Lawley Silver.