The year, the Fresh Air Sculpture show will have a Fringe festival. Previously held in The Keepers Arms, this year a range of independently-organised events will take place in Quenington Village Hall on the green and at St. Swithin’s Church.
For the duration of Fresh Air (16th June to 7th July 2019) Hatherop Primary School are exhibiting ‘Reflection’ in the church of St. Swithin’s. Students working on projects with the Ernest Cook Trust’s Education Officer, Pete Tatham, will be exhibiting their work in the churchyard. Their work reflects countryside and environment ideas. Hatherop Castle School will also be involved, exhibiting a large sculpture made from recyclable plastics.
The programme in the Village Hall is:
- Saturday 15th June – Laura Long Contemporary – Private View
- Sunday 16th June – Laura Long Contemporary
- Saturday 22nd June – Laura Long Contemporary
- Sunday 23rd June – Laura Long Contemporary
- Saturday 29th June – Camp Kitchen Pop-Up BBQ Kitchen
- Sunday 30th June – Camp Kitchen Pop-Up BBQ Kitchen
- Saturday 6th July – Steve Russell’s Mountains of the Moon
- Sunday 7th July – Steve Russell’s Mountains of the Moon
The Village Hall is conveniently located near the car parking area at the top of the village, so why not drop in on your way to or from the main show?
Laura Long Contemporary
Sunday 16th, Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd June
Laura Long Contemporary will host an engaging and innovative pop up Exhibition featuring the work of seven leading contemporary artists all under one roof.
The Camp Kitchen Pop Up BBQ Kitchen
Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th June
The Camp Kitchen will be setting up a street food style pop-up serving locally sourced slow roast pork, a selection of seasonal, fresh tasty salads as well as vegetarian and vegan food.
Mountains of the Moon
Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th July
The Rwenzori Mountains between Uganda and the DRC are like nowhere else on earth. Steve Russell’s photographs, taken over many years, record these fragile mountain landscapes.