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Peoples Landscapes- Unearthing Passion and Protest

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Manchester Central Library

Saint Peter's Square

Manchester

M2 5PD

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Sat 6 Jul, 12pm – 4pm

Free, booking recommended.

Commissioned as part of the National Trust’s People’s Landscape programme which explores sites where people came together to have their voices heard, Grace Surman, Gary Winters and their two children Hope and Merrick are an artist family working with two National Trust places just south of Manchester – Dunham Massey and Quarry Bank. A precursor to the launch of their art work, the artists will lead a day of activity and debate based around the themes of their commission. Exploring personal passions, collective decision making and the “activist family”, what matters to you? Bring your family and get creative, meet the artists and hear more about their artistic plans inspired by Dunham Massey and Quarry Bank’s connection to the events surrounding Peterloo.

This event is part of the National Trust’s People’s Landscapes programme, exploring the role our own places have played in social change.

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Manchester Central Library

Saint Peter's Square

Manchester

M2 5PD

United Kingdom

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