Recurring

Multi-Sensory Migration Art Exhibition

The Smithy 113 – 115 High Street, Dumfries, Scotland

Following interactive multi-sensory work- shops with Heather Molloy from PAMIS, an exhibition of artwork created by members of the Activity Resource Centres and The Arts End of Somewhere has been produced. The artwork explores, the migration of the barnacle geese from Svalbard to the Solway, climate change and our environment.

Free
Recurring

Multi-Sensory Migration Art Exhibition

The Smithy 113 – 115 High Street, Dumfries, Scotland

Following interactive multi-sensory work- shops with Heather Molloy from PAMIS, an exhibition of artwork created by members of the Activity Resource Centres and The Arts End of Somewhere has been produced. The artwork explores, the migration of the barnacle geese from Svalbard to the Solway, climate change and our environment.

Free
Recurring

Multi-Sensory Migration Art Exhibition

The Smithy 113 – 115 High Street, Dumfries, Scotland

Following interactive multi-sensory work- shops with Heather Molloy from PAMIS, an exhibition of artwork created by members of the Activity Resource Centres and The Arts End of Somewhere has been produced. The artwork explores, the migration of the barnacle geese from Svalbard to the Solway, climate change and our environment.

Free
Recurring

Multi-Sensory Migration Art Exhibition

The Smithy 113 – 115 High Street, Dumfries, Scotland

Following interactive multi-sensory work- shops with Heather Molloy from PAMIS, an exhibition of artwork created by members of the Activity Resource Centres and The Arts End of Somewhere has been produced. The artwork explores, the migration of the barnacle geese from Svalbard to the Solway, climate change and our environment.

Free
Recurring

Multi-Sensory Migration Art Exhibition

The Smithy 113 – 115 High Street, Dumfries, Scotland

Following interactive multi-sensory work- shops with Heather Molloy from PAMIS, an exhibition of artwork created by members of the Activity Resource Centres and The Arts End of Somewhere has been produced. The artwork explores, the migration of the barnacle geese from Svalbard to the Solway, climate change and our environment.

Free
Recurring

Multi-Sensory Migration Art Exhibition

The Smithy 113 – 115 High Street, Dumfries, Scotland

Following interactive multi-sensory work- shops with Heather Molloy from PAMIS, an exhibition of artwork created by members of the Activity Resource Centres and The Arts End of Somewhere has been produced. The artwork explores, the migration of the barnacle geese from Svalbard to the Solway, climate change and our environment.

Free
Recurring

Multi-Sensory Migration Art Exhibition

The Smithy 113 – 115 High Street, Dumfries, Scotland

Following interactive multi-sensory work- shops with Heather Molloy from PAMIS, an exhibition of artwork created by members of the Activity Resource Centres and The Arts End of Somewhere has been produced. The artwork explores, the migration of the barnacle geese from Svalbard to the Solway, climate change and our environment.

Free