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An Urban Prospect

Ordinary Culture

Sunday, 19 July 2015 from 12:00 to 13:30 (BST)

An Urban Prospect

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Discover Colwick Woods for the first time or rediscover this enchanting green space… 

In a site visit to Colwick Hill Dr Ian Waites will examine Siberechts’ prospect in its present reality and explore how our understanding of this landscape has come ‘down to earth’ in terms of its modern social (and anti-social) usage: dog walking, taking a breath of air, the creation of ad-hoc paths and routes beyond the official rights of way, hiding and dumping.

Our guided ‘walk-and-talks’ are a fun and informative way to explore the woods and the surrounding landscape. Each session will consider different aspects of the site from different disciplinary positions and different moments in time. These events are perfect for people interested in local history, nature, art history, and the British landscape.

All events are free, booking is recommended as places are limited.  

Access: All our events will involve walking and navigating around woodlands, so please wear outdoor clothing and sturdy shoes or wellies, especially if it’s wet! Please be aware that these are outdoor events where ground is often uneven and access is limited. For these reasons we ask that wheelchair users please contact Ordinary Culture in advance of booking.

Finding us: All events will depart from the old bowls pavilion on Green Wood Road. Postcode/City: NG3 7EB Nottingham.

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Do you have questions about An Urban Prospect? Contact Ordinary Culture

When & Where

Colwick Woods
Greenwood Road
NG3 7EB Nottingham
United Kingdom

Sunday, 19 July 2015 from 12:00 to 13:30 (BST)

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Ordinary Culture

Ordinary Culture is an independent Nottingham-based group led by curators Aaron Juneau, Louise Stewart and Sam West, who specialise in producing high quality, critically engaged and socially inclusive contemporary arts projects within the public domain. 

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