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Jan 18 - Apr 14
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The Ash Archive

Private view: 18 January 2018, 6-9pm

Exhibition open: 18 January - 14 April 2018, Monday - Friday, 11am - 5pm

'The Ash Archive' examines the human relationship with the ash tree and woodlands. Reflecting on the uncertain future of the ash tree, the exhibition brings together works by artists, designers and local makers which explore our dynamic and complex relationship with the life and death of the natural world. 'The Ash Archive' includes works by artists Ackroyd & Harvey, Colin Booth, Adam Chodzko, Sebastian Cox, French & Mottershead, Magz Hall, Max Lamb, David Nash (in collaboration with Common Ground), Autumn Richardson & Richard Skelton and Sheaf + Barley and a collection of objects made from ash wood from Rob Penn's book "The man who made things out of trees".

'The Ash Archive' will grow over the course of the exhibition and we are inviting the public to make contributions of ash objects to the archive. 'The Ash Archive' is a collaboration between the University of Kent and The Ash Project. The Ash Project is an urgent cultural response to this devastating loss of one of our most important species of tree.

More information available here.


Booking not necessary


Location

Studio 3 Gallery,
University of Kent,
School of Arts,
Jarman Building,
Canterbury,
CT2 7UG
United Kingdom
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Details

Open to Everyone ,

Free



Contact: Rose Thompson
E: r.thompson-414@kent.ac.uk
T: 01227 823448
School of Arts
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