Whitby to host series of community workshops to create art on theme of pollution in Esk Estuary
People in the Whitby area can join in with a series of workshops this month to help design and discuss a new public artwork for Whitby, on the theme of pollution in the Esk Estuary.
Work with artists Ben Sadler and Phil Duckworth from Juneau Projects and get hands on with a range of art and design materials to help make something you’d like to see in the town.
Fergal Clenaghan, who is organising the series of workshops, said: "We’re working with the theme of the connections between people, nature, and the Whitby estuary.
"As well as making something at the workshop, Ben and Phil would be keen to hear your stories of the estuary and knowledge of local wildlife.
"Come along for a hot drink, a chat and a bit of creativity – all welcome, no experience necessary!"
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