ECO-Arts offers participants the opportunity to make a range of arts and crafts projects, such as bespoke jewellery and ornamental tin can flowers, using a range of recycled materials.
The group, which runs from WHALE Arts every Thursday as a drop in between 12pm and 3pm, is supported by artists Michael Bowdidge and Mirja Kop.
The ECO-Arts project is totally free and is open to individuals with all levels of experience. Full guidance, support and materials are provided.
Take a look below at some of the wonderful pieces that have been created so far by participants in the project.
For more information please email email@example.com or pay a visit to one of Westburn CAN’s horticulture hubs on Monday and Friday 10.30am – 2.30pm at the WHALE Arts Centre to learn more about this project and other exciting initiatives taking place as part of the Westburn CAN Climate Change projects.