Exhibition signage by St Mary’s Church Nantwich entrance (1) (1)

A Plastic Free Nantwich Art Exhibition at St Mary’s Church, Nantwich has opened.

The exhibition was officially opened by Rector of St Mary’s Church Revd Dr Mark Hart.

Also present was Nantwich Mayor Councillor Arthur Moran, MP for Crewe & Nantwich Laura Smith and Dr Deirdre McKay from Keele University.

Plastic Free Nantwich and Subversive Plasticity have presented plastics from the everyday world with exhibits exploring the interplay between materials and the forms they take in plastic objects.

The exhibition runs 9am-4pm each weekday until this Friday.

For further information visit, https://www.facebook.com/plasticfreenantwich/

(Words and images courtesy of Jonathan White)

Exhibit - plastic free art

One Comment

  1. Jade Mason says:

    Best one of these I have seen is easily understandable, I don’t quite get the message here tho.

    It was a wooden frame erected on a beach with ropes to tie on items found as you walked.

    Odd shoes, plastic bottles, clothing and picnic waste was tied on the frame to illustrate how much waste we drop carelessly.

    Brilliant idea

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