Join a positively disruptive walk across the city of Wolverhampton to enhance your wellbeing. The event will start at West Park for an exploration of Black Country Geopoetics by writer Dr R.M. Francis, who attempts to understand how humans relate to the natural world. At Wolverhampton Art Gallery you’re invited to make your own prints with artist and University of Wolverhampton’s lecturer in Fine Arts Laura Onions. The final stop is the Boundary Way Allotment Park, which will focus on climate change via an immersion tour through a soundscape and visual installation on the theme of nature Breakthroughs. The Wolverhampton-based poet Kuli Kohli and members of the local Blakenhall Writers’ group and the Punjabi Women’s Writers Group end the day with performances of environmentally-inspired poetry.
The timings of the walk will be:
10.00 - Meet at the bandstand in West Park
10.30 - Walk to Wolverhampton Art Gallery
11.00-12.30 - Printmaking workshop
12.30-14.00 - Walk to Boundary Way Allotment Park (a coach will be available if required)
More details on the timings are available on the booking page.
This event is part of the University of Wolverhampton's Festival Hub.