FLORA, FAUNA AND OTHER FORMS
Bonnymuir Green, a community market garden, green space and cafe in the Midstocket area of Aberdeen, is hosting a unique creative arts programme in November which gives budding local artists the chance to see their work displayed alongside emerging talent from the Scottish scene. The month-long exhibition called Flora, Fauna and Other Forms has been organised with Nomad, an artist initiative run by local curator Caitlin Dick. Along with displays of themed artwork there will be two workshops, talks by the Nomad artists and a chance for locals to display their own creations.
The opening preview takes place tomorrow from 6-9pm, and thereafter the exhibition will run until November 28.
Free creative workshops by the artists will take place on November 10 and 17 from noon-2pm, and a free artists talk, to round off the exhibition, takes place on November 28.
● Contact: Caitlin Dick on [email protected] outlook.com or @bonny muirgreen on Facebook.
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