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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.
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
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.