Wind and Wave Workshop
@ Woodhorn MuseumBook Now
12 April 2018
Participation in the workshop is free of charge to visitors to Woodhorn (New Membership scheme/charge now in operation - full details on the website www.experiencewoodhorn.com )
Visitors are invited to make large knots using rope knots you might find on a Tall Ship. The knots will be used later to make Headway Arts Wind & Wave Installation – a rope map of Antarctica which will form a touring exhibition during summer 2018.
Wind & Wave connects to the exhibition ‘The Williams Expedition: Rediscovering Antarctica’ which runs at Woodhorn Museum from 10th February through to 7th May 2018. Come along to discover the incredible story of William Smith of Blyth, and find out how his adventures are inspiring the community today!
The workshop is part of the Inspiration Exploration creative programme partnership between The Blyth Tall Ship Project and Headway Arts.
Queen Elizabeth II Country Park
whatsonnortheast.com16:17, 22 MayBlock Parties return to Wharton Park with a Lego workshop this year taking place outdoors in our amphitheatre. Chi… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
whatsonnortheast.com17:35, 21 MayThe new Seaham Food Festival will be coming to the coast on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 June 2019., bringing a host of… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…