This week, Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) launched Creative Cabin Shorts. This programme of digital events is designed to bring art and nature lovers, gallery goers, artists, and NHS and key workers some much-needed creativity to lift their spirits.
As their Creative Cabin is currently grounded, THG has launched Creative Cabin Shorts as an online alternative. The programme will feature inspiring art and nature activities, as well as films and workshops.
The Creative Cabin Shorts
Creative Cabin Shorts will aim to help us connect with nature and the landscapes around us. The programme will creatively explore everything from wild swimming and tidal patterns to healing herbs and tree planting.
Films will be created in collaboration with a range of south west artists, rangers and practitioners. These include photographer Paul Blakemore, artist printmaker Emma Molony, and artist and boat builder Gail McGarva. As well as theatre director Tom Bailey, artist and herbalist Belle Benfield, and artist and lecturer in sculpture and environmental art Justin Carter.
This new creative series is being released to NHS staff, and on THG’s website and social media, every Wednesday until 20th March 2021.
Another dose of culture is being offered by THG every Thursday afternoon, when Art Historian John Francis takes over THG’s social media with his top pick of online art history talks, lectures and virtual exhibitions.
THG hopes it will offer some enjoyment and light relief for us all during this challenging time. Especially to those of you who are currently working for the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust, and Northern Devon NHS Healthcare Trust; as well as other NHS staff and key workers across the south west region.
When: Until 20th March 2021
Where: Online via the THG website and social media channels
More info: thelmahulbert.com