Event

Coppice and Drought

18 May 2019

Event times

15.00 - - 18.00 18th May 2019

Cost of entry

Places are offered on a pay-what-you-can basis with contributions going towards travel bursaries for the upcoming ‘Network+Contact’ symposium on 30 May (suggested contribution: £5).

Hayley Wood

Cambridge
England, United Kingdom

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Join us for the first part of ‘False Economy’, a series of three events curated by Taylor Le Melle. The afternoon will feature a visit to Hayley Wood and readings from Daniella Valz Gen, Evan Ifekoya and Priya Jay.

About

A bus will pick guests up from Cambridge station at 2.00pm and take them directly to Hayley Wood. You are invited to explore the wood at your own pace. Readings will begin at 4.30pm. The bus will pick guests up from the wood at 6pm and return them to Cambridge station.  

Practical Information

You are encouraged to bring snacks and water, comfortable footwear, layers and waterproof clothing. The ground at Hayley Wood is flat, but uneven in places. This event will take place entirely outside and will proceed rain or shine. There are no toilet facilities in Hayley Wood. 

Bookings

To book your place, please click here

Places are offered on a pay-what-you-can basis with contributions going towards travel bursaries for the upcoming ‘Network+Contact’ symposium on 30 May (suggested contribution: £5).

For information on the other events in the series, please click here 

Travel Bursaries 

There are a limited number of travel bursaries up to £30.00 available. If in need of a bursary to cover your journey to Cambridge station, select a free ticket on eventbrite and email Wysing’s curator John Bloomfield at john.bloomfield@wysingartscentre.org with a few sentences to voice your interest in the programme (we are not looking for you to detail your need). Bursaries will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.  

Access 

If you have questions about access needs for the performance, please email Wysing’s Head of Operations, Ceri Littlechild, on ceri.littlechild@wysingartscentre.org 

The 2019 Curator in-Residence is supported by Art Fund.

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