Ash Tree Stream Exhibition: Video Tour

As the Ash Tree Stream exhibition was only able to open for two days before lockdown, I am very happy to be able to share this short video tour of the exhibition at CAS (Chapel Arts Studios), that I have filmed and put together. Hopefully this will help us reach all of you who haveContinue reading “Ash Tree Stream Exhibition: Video Tour”

Panel Discussion, Live Interview and Instagram Takeover

In my previous post I shared the dates of the Ash Tree Stream Exhibition. I also mentioned that there would be some online events running alongside the physical exhibition. We understand that this is a difficult time for many people and not all of you will be able to visit the actual exhibition, so areContinue reading “Panel Discussion, Live Interview and Instagram Takeover”

Ash Tree Stream Exhibition: 3rd – 14th November

I am very glad to be able to share the following poster for the Ash Tree Stream Exhibition at Chapel Arts Studios in Andover. The exhibition will share documentation and artwork from project sessions with all five schools, from our inset session with teachers, and my own individual photographic and video based artwork. As youContinue reading “Ash Tree Stream Exhibition: 3rd – 14th November”

Starting Up Again: Ash Tree Stream Emerges from Lockdown

This month sees us running our next two school sessions, postponed from the Spring due to Covid-19. Myself and Andover Trees United‘s current Education Officer Emily Roper, will be working with Appleshaw St Peters and Portway Junior Schools, following on from the sessions that Becky and I ran earlier in the year. These sessions willContinue reading “Starting Up Again: Ash Tree Stream Emerges from Lockdown”

Covid-19: Making Some Changes to the Project

In light of the current situation with Covid-19 our plans for school sessions running through to June, and an exhibition in July at CAS (Chapel Arts Studios), unfortunately won’t be possible. Happily though, Arts Council England have approved our proposal for a few changes to the project, meaning that we can hang on to ourContinue reading “Covid-19: Making Some Changes to the Project”

Free Guide: Identifying Ash Trees

With the Covid-19 lockdown and school closures we wanted to support people to get out (on their one walk or cycle ride a day) and start to identify Ash trees growing in their local area. Whether you have an Ash tree in your garden, on your street, or in your local park, we’d love youContinue reading “Free Guide: Identifying Ash Trees”

Perpetual Choir for the Ash

Sharing this event from Facebook for Azul Valerie Thome: Imagine a “Perpetual Choir” of humans singing for 24 hours non stop across our Earth for the healing of the 90 million Ash tree and all her relations. You bring your Choir, your family and friends to an Ash tree and sing song of beauty andContinue reading “Perpetual Choir for the Ash”

Introducing Ash Tree Stream

Ash Tree Stream is a one-year visual arts project, led by artist James Aldridge, in partnership with Andover Trees United, CAS (Chapel Arts Studios) and five schools in the Andover area: Andover Church of England Primary School Appleshaw St Peters Primary School Harrow Way Community School (Secondary) Portway Junior School Vernham Dean Gillum’s Church ofContinue reading “Introducing Ash Tree Stream”