The Wild Goose Festival will launch on Friday 9th October and includes a packed programme of events. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with the many partners contributing to this fantastic festival which really does have something for everyone to enjoy.
Working alongside two of the members of The Arts End of Somewhere a multi-sensory performance has been produced that follows the migration of the barnacle geese. The video of the performance will launch at 3pm on Sunday 11th October on the PAMIS Facebook page.
To accompany this event, Caroline Hill of Making SENse has developed four crafting workshops where props to accompany the story can be made. These will be shared at 10.30 and 1pm on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th October on the PAMIS Facebook page. Here is the downloadable resource with all the instructions you will need about how to join in at home.
To find out more about the festival and to see the full programme visit: http://www.thestove.org/events