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Jo Lathwood & Paul Blakemore - Well Trodden Wrong Ways

14 September 2019 to 26 October 2019

Photographer Paul Blakemore and artist Jo Lathwood have been investigating and documenting the cultural, social and geological landscape of East Devon's Jurassic coast. 

Including drawings, sculpture, photography and film, Well Trodden Wrong Ways is an invitation to navigate this remarkable World Heritage Site, unearthing untold stories.

From crumbling rock formations, endangered moths, unusual architecture, and unknown histories, the new commissions question how our choices impact upon us, others and our environment.

Saturday 5 October:

Harvest / Apple Day,  2 - 5pm

A free event for all the family. Celebrate Harvest and the apple season at THG.

Press your own apples, learn natural craft skills, enjoy Harvest-themed facepainting and sample some tasty treats. Free admission, donations welcome.

Landslip Harvest artist feast and live music,  6 - 9pm

Join the artists for a feast to celebrate Harvest echoing the community meal which followed the Great 1839 landslip of Bindon along the Jurassic Coast.

East Devon chef Eve Vergano will create Harvest-inspired tapas. Local ales and other drinks will be on sale and there will be live music from the Spindle Ensemble.

Tickets £15 including food and a drink... but hurry, they are limited! Book here.

Image credits: Bristol Harbourside / Giants Causeway -  Jo Lathwood / Paul Blakemore 2016 (c), Work in progress - Jo Lathwood 2019 (c) 

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