2021: Waterways Wellbeing Walks

The free Waterways Wellbeing Walks series starts in late June

Join local artist Genevieve Rudd on a relaxed creative walk with inspiring arts-based activities to enjoy along the route. The guided creative walk series will support you to connect and take notice of the landscape, whilst developing creative ways to express yourself and try new things. Each walk will be themed around a different natural element of the Waterways, such as exploring the habitats, wildlife and plant-life.

All creative activity materials are provided, but participants are recommended to bring a camera phone or camera with them if they have one.

Pre-booking is essential on Eventbrite

Each workshop will take place at 10:30am to 12:30pm on the following dates:

Thursday 24th June

LIGHT: The first session will take inspiration from the longest day of the year, the Summer Solstice (21st June), with activities exploring light and shade

Thursday 8th July

MOVEMENT: Explore the dynamic movement in and around the Waterways, such as the rippling water and birds in flight, using creative techniques

Thursday 22nd July

COLOUR: From the deep blue Waterways lake to the pop of summer flowers, this session’s activities are inspired by colour found in the environment

Thursday 5th August

TEXTURE: Experience the Waterways through its textures and touch. We’ll use creative techniques to express and explore the tactile nature of the locations

Thursday 19th August

PERSPECTIVES: Take an alternative view of the habitats around the Waterways with creative techniques to get in closer or take in the bigger picture

The series is led in partnership with The Waterways, Great Yarmouth Borough Council and funded by National Heritage Lottery Fund

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