The second Art in Motion artists and experts talk at Messums Wiltshire is on June 14.
‘Looking at Horses’ is an evening in conversation with a trainer, a painter and a sculptor.
International sculptor Mark Coreth leads a master class for all ages. Join eight experienced sculptors, or book one of 15 places for younger makers to create their own horse to take home.
Opening night includes champagne and canapé reception in aid of FCRT, a charity for young people with significant and limiting disabilities and learning difficulties. Through working with horses, young people develop skills in literacy, numeracy, living and working independently, making friends, taking responsibility and growing in self-awareness.
Messums Wiltshire is the brainchild of creative pioneer Johnny Messum, set in a 13th Century monastic barn, the largest of its type in the country. To date, performances include dance and light, exhibitions of sound, sculpture, and New Wave British Ceramics.
It is open to the public Wednesday to Saturday 10am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 4pm.
For more information visit: www.messumswiltshire.com