7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Discover what connects us to our countryside and landscape and find out how you can help us by becoming involved in our projects.
In this talk, Charlotte Moreton will be looking at how our instinct for seeking and making patterns helps connect us with nature.
Charlotte is one of the Heritage & Community Engagement Officers for the Chase & Chalke Landscape Partnership. Based in Salisbury, Charlotte trained at the Frink School of Figurative Sculpture (1999-2001) and combines sculpture and teaching with nature conservation work. Her sculpture is greatly influenced by trees and nature and she offers a great range of workshops for adults and children, from portrait and figure sculpture in clay to willow beasties, with bespoke workshops for schools, groups and individual learners.
Charlotte is leading our creative and arts-based projects across the Chase & Chalke Landscape Partnership Scheme so please check out our project pages for more information on these. If you would like to get involved in any of these projects, please contact Charlotte firstname.lastname@example.org
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