Residents urged to share experiences of living in Rhoose as part of new public art program.

A series of family art workshops titled ‘Help design public artworks for Rhoose’ will take place across April, May and June, inviting residents to share their experiences.

Studio Response, a Wales-based practice, which aims to untie people to produce thought-provoking art work, has been commissioned by Taylor Wimpey Homes to work with Juneau Projects.

Juneau Projects, who make collaborative art work, will produce a public programme of activities and events, collaborating with local residents for Golwg Y Môr, a new residential development in Rhoose.

The starting point for their project at Golwg Y Môr is to explore the shared experiences of living in Rhoose, and the workshops are open to existing residents of Rhoose, as well as new residents.

The next family art workshop, will take place in Rhoose Community Library from 1 – 3pm, on Thursday 12th April. Bookings can be made by contacting the library.

A monthly newsletter will be distributed throughout Rhoose, detailing their research and sharing how residents can get involved with the project.

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Take a look at the website for more for more information.

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