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People’s Landscapes – Unearthing Passion and Protest

Developed out of their work at local National Trust properties with a connection to Peterloo, artists Grace Surman, Gary Winters and their children will lead a creative family workshop exploring ideas around collective action, democracy and children’s rights. Expect craft-based activities, discussion on what you think matters, personalised portraits and banging a drum.

This commission has been supported using public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England and with additional support from Art Fund.

This event is part of the National Trust’s People’s Landscapes programme, exploring the role our own places have played in social change.

This is a family event, all children to be accompanied by a participating parent/adult.

Part of Trust New Art, the National Trust’s programme of contemporary arts

Learn more about Peterloo and the National Trust

Learn more about People’s Landcapes

Learn more about the two new films are inspired by protest, rights and responsibilities

Drop in sessions: 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm

The drop-in events begin on the hour and last for approximately 40minutes.

Free – booking recommended


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