Events of Sculpture–making through Residency Programmes offering opportunities for talented
sculptors regionally to create sculptures in the Arboretum park
The project focuses on the heritage of the Arboretum Park, Derby and will celebrate its 175th anniversary this year. People will learn about heritage through guided walks and activities.
Local communities understand tradition of ‘sculptures in a park’ through series of community participatory activities.
An open studio for sculptors, an amazing and proactive way for communities to engage in the sculpture making process
The spirit of ‘giving back to the community’
This is at the heart of ‘being good neighbours’ – celebrating inclusiveness, diversity, being different, yet coming together for common good.
There will be various opportunities for art students, emerging artists and community groups.This is at the heart of ‘being good neighbours’ – celebrating inclusiveness, diversity, being different, yet coming together for common good.
This project will explore, record and concentrate on activities that focus on the wonderful heritage of the Arboretum – botanical, historical, and architectural, highlighting the heritage of cultural change around the Arboretum.
The community will understand tradition of ‘sculptures in a park’ through series of community participatory activities engaging young people, diverse communities that use the park. It will offer opportunities for art students, artists and community groups.