Undercliff Path Signage & Sculpture – public event
21 November Free
12:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Please join us at ONCA Barge on November 21st for an exhibition and talk (6pm) about ONCA and Schools Without Walls’ proposals for a trail of signage and sculpture along the Undercliff Path.
Our artists have worked with children from local schools St John The Baptist, Longhill and St Margaret’s to learn about the Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ) that runs along the coast here, and come up with ideas for signs and sculptures that help people on the Undercliff Path imagine what lives beneath the waves.
Sign up here to come for a talk at 6pm about the project, where the artists will share their creative ideas.
Additionally, ONCA Barge will be open from noon to 7.30pm – pop in anytime to see an exhibition of images and words by local children. Come during the day for art, tea and chat!
This project is supported by Rampion Fund, Adur & Ouse Catchment Partnership and Arts Council England.
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