By Webteam - 1st March 2017 6:08am
Audlem Scouts will be creating artworks for an exhibition at the 2017 Audlem Music and Arts Festival using recycled plastic bags as part of their Media Relations & Marketing Badge.
Art Workshop Planned
Local Recycle artist Lindsey Piper has agreed to host a workshop on Monday 13th March to show the Scouts the versatility of this medium and is looking forward to inspiring them to create wonderful artworks.
Lindsey said "I am thrilled to be giving a recycle art workshop to Audlem Scouts and very excited to see their finished work on display at Audlem Music and Arts Festival this year"
The Audlem Music and Arts Festival takes place 25th — 29th May.
How can YOU get involved with the Arts Festival?
The art exhibition will be in the Methodist Chapel and local professional and amateur artists, groups and schools have been invited to come and display their work.
If you have current work you would like to exhibit please contact Christine Johnson on 01270 811774 or e-mail email@example.com
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