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Outfalls at the Louth Navigation Trust

workshops and talks, 7-8 July 2018

Louth Navigation Trust, Navigation Warehouse, Riverhead Road, Louth, Lincs, LN11

As part of the Zero Degrees Festival

OUTFALLS: image text, memory along the Louth Canal

0DA 7-8 July 2018

During the weekend of 7-8 July from 11.00-4.00pm you can see a taster of some of the creative work being carried out by artist Judith Tucker and poet Harriet Tarlo on the Louth Canal. Over the last five years they have developed a great interest in North East Lincolnshire and their latest project focuses on the natural and unnatural features of the Louth Canal, as well as its past, present and future.

Judith and Harriet will be down at the Navigation Warehouse with some examples of their drawings and poems on display. They are keen to incorporate your memories and opinions about the canal into their work so invite you to come and talk, fill in memory cards and being any mementoes/photographs connected to the Louth Navigation. These will feed into a final exhibition of work at the Louth Navigation Trust in the Autumn.

Saturday 7 July 4.00pm-5.30pm

Lines of Navigation: illustrated talk by the artists on their working processes and poetry reading from Outfalls.

Sunday 8 July 2.30-5.30pm:

Navigating with images and texts: artist-led walking/writing/drawing workshop along the canal.

All welcome to find inspiration in this fascinating place.

All materials provided and no experience necessary.

Free but limited numbers so please register with 01507 605496


Judith Tucker gives a lecture at Yantai University on 28th September 2018 7.00pm  









Exhibition 14-27 October 2018

You are invited to


an exhibition of drawing and poetry

from the Louth Canal 
Judith Tucker and Harriet Tarlo
hosted by the Louth Navigation Trust

at the Navigation Warehouse, Louth LN11 0DA


3.30pm: Doors Open
4.00pm Opening of the Exhibition by the Mayor and Mayoress of Louth

4.00-5.30pm Visions of and for the Louth Canal - join in a discussion with the artists, members of the Louth Navigation Trust and other organisations including the Hubbards Hills Trustees and Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.

6.00pm: Opening Reception with drinks and poetry reading by Harriet Tarlo

The exhibition continues from 14-27 October, Weds. to Sun.,11am - 4pm and is part of the Wolds Words Festival


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