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A Celebration of Cranes - a new project for Autumn 2014

Somerset Artworks (SAW) and the Great Crane Project are delighted to announce the appointment of artist Sarah Butterworth to lead an exciting celebratory project working with school and community groups through the Autumn of 2014.

A Celebration of Cranes marks 5 years of the Great Crane Project and SAW’s creative partnership through this period
 
Culminating in the late afternoon of Saturday 22 November at the Willows and Wetlands Centre Stoke St Gregory, there will be a procession of illuminated lanterns made by primary school children (Stoke St Gregory and North Curry Schools), two large illuminated crane puppets made through community workshops, live music with Tim Hill and the Big Noise Band, children’s music (Stoke St Gregory School), plus a secondary school dance element to interact with the crane lantern procession and a short performance (Heathfield Community School).

More details will follow soon but be sure to save the date and join us to celebrate the cranes in the heart of crane country!

Beccy Swaine
Somerset Art Works -  Learning and Engagement Manager


 

 


 

 

 

Visit the SAW blog spot http://greatcraneart.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/a-celebration-of-cranes-new-project-for.html to find out more!

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Michael Wilson joined the Somerset RSPB team in Spring 2014 as the Somerset Wetlands Community Officer.