Creative Cabin coming to your neighbourhood
Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) and Wild East Devon have launched a new travelling creative space - the Creative Cabin. Every week we will be taking the Cabin to a neighbourhood near you to explore art, culture and nature.
It will set off on tour from Exmouth on 29 August. There will be a broad range of art activities, projects, talks, performances and workshops for all audiences. More details to follow.
As well as individuals and families, the cabin will bring activities to groups most in need including schools, colleges, Memory Cafés, Devon Recovery Learning Community, Devon Young Carers, Refugee Support Groups, Devon Insight, and Headlight – an Action East Devon service for young people encountering mental health issues.
The Creative Cabin is an outcome of THG’s Culture + Climate 2020 programme, which sought to question our complicated relationship with nature and help identify new ways to coexist. The programme was launched in February with ARTIST ROOMS Richard Long, an exhibition of works by the Turner Prize winning artist, Richard Long, whose acclaimed career at the forefront of conceptual art has investigated the relationship between people and nature. Continuing to explore the themes of the exhibition, the Creative Cabin has been made possible by ARTIST ROOMS with the support of Art Fund, Arts Council England and Heritage Lottery Community Fund.
For upcoming events near you, visit our What's On section and follow #ourcreativecabin on social media.