As part of their project ‘New Henge Heritage’ Arianne Churchman and Chloe Langlois invite you to a day of making new age banners with craft collective Handmade In Peterborough. These banners will be used as part of the performances on Saturday 6th May both at the Museum and at Green Backyard. Expect neon paint, glitter and the Rolling Stones faces painted onto stones.
There will also be the opportunity to be filmed infront of a ‘green screen’ helping to contribute footage for the final performance film – think faces superimposed onto the Peterborough stone and other such madness.
This is an open drop-in for the day. You can stay for 15 minutes or for the full 6-hours. Young people aged under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
About New Henge Heritage:
You may or may not have noticed The Peterborough Stone; a tiny Neolithic standing stone sitting on the lawn outside the museum. Arianne Churchman and Chloe Langlois’ ‘New Henge Heritage’ project aims to shift people’s relationship with this small but ancient monument by creating two performative ‘living’ stone circles and a somewhat mind-bending film. There will be a number of creative workshops you can take part in to contribute to this project. Perhaps you would like to create art work or help make relics in one of the workshops. Perhaps you’ve always dreamed of being a ‘performative human stone’ and would like to take part in the performance at the Green Backyard’s May Day celebrations on Saturday 6th May.
For further details of New Henge Heritage visit:http://www.metalculture.com/artists-area/arianne-churchman-and-chloe-langlois/