This exhibition is part of a community-based art project funded by the Arts Council and run by South Yorkshire Biodiversity Research Group.
The group have been working with local people to collect and record examples of ‘tree stories’ carved and incised into the bark of trees.
They may be abstract shapes, written messages, poems, initials and dates or coins and other objects which are stuck into the tree bark.
We have worked with professional artists, Tansy Lee Moir and Sally Goldsmith who have taken these stories as their inspiration to create this multi-media exhibition.
There will be children’s activities during half term week (October 26th – October 30th) relating to this exhibition.
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