River Roots is a collaborative intergenerational creative project taking place between schools and vulnerable adult groups across Herefordshire.
Led by artist Josie Rogerson with support from artist Lucy Baxendale and Livy Powell, the sessions include working with woodland stories, mythical creatures, puppets and costume.
The sessions took place with St Mary's Primary School, Fownhope in May, Madley and Dulas Court in May, and Madley and Blackmarston School in June. Some of the artwork made in the sessions was part of the Wye Valley River Festival. The festival took place 5-20 May 2018!
This summer, we will be holding free family art workshops! These workshops are open to the public, and include the chance to try mask making and painting a wall mural!
Faulkner House, Herefordshire Housing, Fownhope
St Mary's Primary School, Fownhope
Pontrilas Dementia Cafe, Ewyas Harold
Ross Meeting Centre, Ross-on-Wye
28th July, 1-4pm : Art workshop - mask making, open to public at The Larruperz Centre
4th August, all-day drop in: Art workshop open to public at Ross-on-Wye Carnival, with the Lions Club
7th August, 10.30 - 12noon: Art workshop painting wall mural, open to public at Dementia friendly Community Cafe
28th August, 10.30 - 12noon: Art workshop painting wall mural, open to public at Dementia friendly Community Cafe
Produced by Wyldwood Arts in partnership with Wye Valley River Festival. Supported with Funding from BBC Children in Need.