10 – 27 May 2018
11am – 5pm
Free and open to the public
Unit 4 St Martin’s Walk
Dorking, RH4 1UT
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The Lark Descending exhibition is free and open to the public from 10 – 27 May 2018, 11am – 5pm.
This interactive space will evolve with more artworks introduced as the artists explore the layers of Leith Hill. A programme of talks and workshops will explore and excavate Leith Hill’s specific history, geology, ecology and culture.
The reception on the 10 May will have a musical composition by artist Graeme Miller, performed live with virtuoso violinist Calina de la Mare.
The closing event on 27 May will have a special musical contribution by Golden Globe nominated composer, Jocelyn Pook.
Air | Terra | Soil | Water | Clay | Oil
The exhibition will be augmented by a series of talks, workshops and discussions covering, respectively, the protected flora and fauna of Leith Hill; the importance of soil for plant growth; decomposition and carbon capture; psycho-social dreaming and our innate connection with the land; and the on-going mission of A Voice for Leith Hill, Leith Hill Action Group and campaigners to protect and preserve the land. The talks are free and can be booked on our What’s On page.
Find out more about the project.