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Trust New Art Bristol

7th September – 3rd November

Trust New Art Bristol
STILL/life ecologies of perception at Tyntesfield and Leigh Woods
7th September – 3rd November

LEARNING & EVENTS programme:
SYMPOSIUM 25th October LAND – ecologies of perception
10.30am - 4.30pm

From the perspective of researcher, artist and conservationist new and innovative ways for understanding and imagining rural land in an urban technological context are explored and direct practical realities

Speakers include exhibiting artists Justin Carter, Paul Chaney, Jez riley French and Tom Bailey; PhD Doctoral Researcher Lesley Kinsley andNational Trust Senior Ranger Bill Morris.

Limited availability - to reserve a ticket email: [email protected]
Tickets: £10 - includes entrance to the house, estate and a light lunch
Further information – www.trustnewartbristol.org

ARTIST PERFORMANCE: 2nd November Leigh Woods
Bronze pour Live - Jo Lathwood
Nightwalk Live - Tom Bailey
4 - 7 pm

Check the website as more details will be coming soon.

WORKSHOPS: 5th, 26th October, 2nd November
Artists Paul Chaney and Kenna Hernly will be running a series of workshops and drop in sessions. Tickets are limited. Click here for details and booking arrangements.
Workshops free – normal National Trust admission prices apply

Saturday 5th October, 10.30am-1pm & 2-4.30pm
Self-Sufficient Once Again: How many people could the Tyntesfield estate support?

Saturday 26th October, 2-4.30pm
Population and Progress: A look at guano's role in the development of
agricultural efficiency

Saturday 2nd November, 10.30am-1pm & 2-4.30pm
Changing Views: Approximate futures and the visual effect on the

Click here to visit the Learning & Events page on the Trust New Art Bristol website.