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Trash to Treasure Fest

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Date: 13 September 2022 - Fri 23 September 2022

Start Time: 10:00

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Trash to Treasure Fest is a community arts festival encouraging locals to fix, reuse and recycle their unwanted electricals. Coinciding with National Recycling Week, we will inspire you to improve your recycling through creativity.

Tuesday 13 – Friday 23 September

Weekdays 10am – 3pm; Sunday 10am – 1pm

Open Day: Saturday 17 September, 10am – 4pm


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Recycle Your Electricals Exhibition

Tuesday 13 – Friday 23 September

Weekdays 10am – 3pm; Sunday 10am – 1pm

Material Focus and the Landmark Arts Centre present work by award-winning photographer Gregg Segal; made for the Recycle your Electricals campaign and shown at COP26 in Glasgow last year. This exhibition is part of Trash to Treasure Fest – a community arts festival encouraging locals to fix, reuse and recycle their old and unwanted electricals. No booking required.

Admission: Free

 

Recycled Sounds; a sound installation

Saturday 17th September

11am, 12noon, & 2pm

Recycled Sounds is a sound installation that will be played in the building at 11am, 12noon, and 2pm. The sound recording will be created in the run-up to the exhibition using old electrical items, and with involvement from the Landmark’s choirs and local schools. If you miss these run times you can also listen on headphones during exhibition opening hours throughout the rest of the exhibition. No booking required.

Admission: Free


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Repair Café

Thursday 15th & Saturday 17th September

10.30am to 3.30pm

A drop-in Repair Café held by members of Sheddington, a not-for-profit community space (or shed) in Teddington, where people meet up, make stuff and mend things. Hosted by the Landmark as part of Trash to Treasure Fest a community arts festival promoting the Recycle your Electricals campaign. No booking required. Café serving tea & coffee will be open.

Admission: Free


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Family Art Workshop

Saturday 17th September

10.00am to 4.00pm

Family drop-in workshops with local artist Louise Anderson – all ages welcome. Drop-in events for all ages taking place today as part of Trash to Treasure Fest a community arts festival promoting the Recycle your Electricals campaign. No booking required.

Admission: Free

 

Trash to Treasure Workshop – Families

Sunday 18th September

9.30am to 10.45am

Family sculpture class with local artist Louise Anderson – using discarded cabling, learn how to transform stripped back wires into satisfying sculptures. Part of Trash to Treasure Fest a community arts festival promoting the Recycle your Electricals campaign. Booking essential.

Admission: £8 per adult & £2 per child – 1 adult & 1 child must book together as a pair

 

Working with Wire Sculpture Workshop – Adults

Sunday 18th September

11.30am to 1.30pm

An art class for adults with local artist Louise Anderson. Using discarded cabling, learn how to transform stripped back wires into satisfying sculptures, saving discarded electrical cables from landfill. Part of Trash to Treasure Fest a community arts festival promoting the Recycle your Electricals campaign. Booking essential.

Admission: £20 per person

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