©Analogue Farm 2018

 A community interest company based in Rossendale connecting

the arts, nature and heritage through events, exhibitions and workshops

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Analogue Farm & Mid-Pennine Arts present THE QUEEN OF THE WELL - June 2019 

 

A fantastical puppet show based on a magical Lancashire legend of the water spirit who lives in the Old Lady Churn Well on Brown Wardle Hill, Whitworth, which featured Whitworth artists and members of the Whitworth & Healey Vale Brass Band. There were two sell out performances of audiences of 30 people each time.

Plant More Trees Weekend - March 2018

 

With support from the Woodland Trust, we ran a tree planting weekend with 100 people planting 1800 British native trees. We provided children's mud painting and wand making and a talk about trees from the Incredible Farm in Calderdale.

Plantasia Event - July 2017

An event for 100 people with live music, performance art, film screenings, craft activities, homebrewed wild flower beers and a guided walk with a herbalist to learn about plants.

Experimental film screening by legendary Canadian collective ‘Film Farm’ and Karel Doing - May 2019 

The internationally renowned Canadian artist filmmaking collective ‘Film Farm’ and the filmmaker Karel Doing presented a programme of their 16mm films and videos in our 18th century barn, which was full to burst with people seated on straw bales

Phytogram experimental filmmaking workshop with Karel Doing - May 2019 

Karel ran a 'phytogram' filmmaking workshop, which uses the internal chemistry of plants to create photographic images. 21 participants learned a simple hands-on process that yields spectacular results and can easily be continued independently.

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Cyanotypes at Whitworth Family Fun Day - July 2018

Analogue Farm offered people the change to try out working with the cyanotype photographic process, which uses sunlight to create beautiful bright blue  images

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Rossendale Arts Trail Open Studios - October 2018 

An event for 100 people to open the  Rossendale Arts Trail weekend, hosting live music, performance art and a nationally touring exhibition, 'The Art of Magic', by Folklore Tapes.

Dry Stone Walling Workshops - September 2018

With funding from Crook Hill Community Benefit Fund, we organised free stonewalling workshops for around 60 people led by the stone craftsman Alan Rhodes.

 

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