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EVENTS DIARY


PREVIEW EVENT FRIENDS AND MEMBERS SILVER ANNIVERSARY EVENT


Saturday 7 September


A launch party for SAW Friends and Members at this special exhibition which celebrates the work of 25 founder members and organisations.


Venue 25: The Brewhouse, Coal Orchard, TAUNTON, TA1 1JL. 6 - 8pm. 01823 283244 / thebrewhouse.net. RSVP to SAW office: 01458 253800 / info@somersetartworks.org.uk.


FESTIVAL OPENING


WEEKEND EVENTS ROCKAWAY PARK PREVIEW: THE CRAVATS PLUS GUESTS


Friday 20 September


Venue 25: Rockaway Park, Eastcourt Road, TEMPLE CLOUD, BS39 5BU. 6 - 11pm. 01761 452177 / getinvolved@rockawaypark.co.uk / facebook.com/rockawaypark.co.uk.


ROCKAWAY PARK: LIVE MUSIC Saturday 21 September


Venue 25: Rockaway Park, Eastcourt Road, TEMPLE CLOUD, BS39 5BU. 12noon -11pm. 01761 452177 / getinvolved@rockawaypark.co.uk / facebook.com/rockawaypark.co.uk.


ASK SOMERSET’S PLANTS WALK & TALK: FERAL PRACTICE & MARCUS COATES


Saturday 21 September


Join the artists for an informal walk and talk starting at Bridgwater Library. Ask questions and discover answers from plants as you walk (see also page 39).


Bridgwater Library, Binford Place, BRIDGWATER, TA6 3LF. 11am - 2pm. Booking essential: 01458 253800 / info@somersetartworks.org.uk.


WALKING BOOK CLUB: DANCING WITH THE GODS BY KENT NERBURN


Saturday 21 September


Join us to walk and talk, head home feeling inspired. Departs from outside Number Seven Dulverton and into the woods! Tickets £12 to include a copy of the book. Please note a level of walking fitness is required. Happy, sociable dogs welcome.


Number Seven Dulverton, 7 High Street, DULVERTON, TA22 9HB. 2 - 4.30pm. 01398 324457 / numbersevendulverton.co.uk/ septemberwalkingbookclub.


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PRIVATE VIEW: EMILIE TAYLOR Saturday 21 September


Venue 114: Somerset Rural Life Museum, Abbey Farm, Chilkwell Street, GLASTONBURY, BA6 8DB. 6 - 8pm. 01458 831197 / swheritage.org.uk/somerset-rural-life-museum.


‘GROUNDED’ EXHIBITION OPENING


An exhibition featuring new work and collaborations by Liz Gregory, Jenny Mellings, Tim Martin, Michael Calver and Alice Crane.


Saturday 21 September


Venue 37: Cotley Tithe Barn, COTLEY, near Chard, TA20 3EP. 7 - 9pm. 07901 660265 / lizgregoryartist@btconnect.com.


ARTIST TALK Sunday 22 September


Ex-prison art teachers. Artists in conversation with chair Geoff Dunlop: Fiona Hingston, Adam Grose, Lucy Willis and Candace Bahouth.


Venue 91: B-Wing, Shepton Mallet Prison, Frithfield Lane, SHEPTON MALLET, BA4 5LU. 11am - 1pm. 01743 343100 / info@sheptonmalletprison.com.


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ANDREW MILLER WRITING WORKSHOP Saturday 21 September


Venue 91: Shepton Mallet Prison, Frithfield Lane, SHEPTON MALLET, BA4 5LU. 1.45 - 5pm. Advance booking essential. Max 12. Free. 01743 343100 / info@sheptonmalletprison.com.


SUKI CHAN IN CONVERSATION WITH CURATOR PAULA ORRELL


Saturday 21 September


Join us to hear more about Suki Chan’s journey- from beehives to drones, subterranean caves to satellite images of our planet, exploring the idea and concept behind her new film, Memory (see also page 39).


Venue 131: Somerset Film, 52 High Street, BRIDGWATER, TA6 3BL. 2 - 4pm. 01278 433187 / somersetfilm.com.


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