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Special Exhibition: All Trees are Clocks

8 April - 9 July, 10am - 4.30pm daily

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Special Exhibition: All Trees are Clocks

8 April to 9 July 2017, open daily 10am - 4.30pmImage of beech dieback

A multimedia exhibition of art and science by Professor Adrian Newton of Bournemouth University and Paul Allen of Birmingham City University.

Profiling the results of recent research into the ecology of the New Forest, it examines the potential impacts of climate change.

Talk: Drawn from the Forest - An Artist's View

14 June, 7pm. Tickets £6 (£4 members), booking required on 023 8Sven Berlin and caravan028 3444

The New Forest’s landscape has always inspired artists and writers. Many recorded their heritage, some made it their livelihood; for outsiders, such as the bohemian Sven Berlin, it was more: A spiritual retreat and place of sanctuary.

Join writer Sonia Aarons as she explores why Berlin and others were irresistibly drawn to interpret what he called ‘The Green City’. This memorable evening of art and literature includes a Q & A session and the opportunity to discover all the New Forest Centre has to offer. Part of the New Forest Arts Festival.

 Concert: All Trees are Clocks - A live multi-media performance

22 June, 7.30pm. Tickets £7, booking required on 023 8028 3444All Trees are Clocks concert

A unique opportunity to see a live performance of 'All trees are clocks', a multi-media piece specifically composed to accompany the exhibition displayed in the New Forest Gallery until 9 July.

The concert will be given by Emily Burridge (cello) and Karen Wimhurst (clarinet), who will accompany a presentation of sound and video documenting how the New Forest woodlands change throughout the year. Part of the New Forest Arts Festival.
(Photograph by Nicoletta Monyok)

Free Family Workshop: All Trees are Clocks

24 June, 12pm - 4pm. Free event - just drop in!All Trees are Clocks Workshop

Join Professor Adrian Newton of Bournemouth University for some hands-on activities to help learn about the ecology of the New Forest. Come and play with the ponies in our model diorama. Count the tree rings on an ancient beech tree. Explore the interactions between ponies and plants in a computer game. Learn what research can tell us about how the New Forest is changing. Part of the New Forest Arts Festival.

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All these events are part of the New Forest Arts Festival (10 - 25 June) which is celebrating the New Forest's landscape, culture and arts community with exciting tree-themed events across the area.

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