Sat – Sun, 5 – 9pm

Duke's Hagg Wood

A pop-up exhibition of sculptural, digital and audio artwork at the Wild Museum, Duke's Hagg Wood.

Visitors are invited to reconnect with nature and experience artworks integrated into the landscape, using an outdoor setting to forge individual encounters between the atmospheric and the tangible.

Hagg offers space for contemplation and exploration, thinking about layered histories from the area creating a unique experience of place and time. With work by Hazel Soper, Lizzie Lovejoy, Cody Sowerby, and Adam Soper.

N.B Postcode does not mark exact location. Email Slop Projects to confirm attendance and receive more details. A free minibus will also be available to transport people from Newcastle city centre to the exhibition site: please get in touch to book a place.

Image: Hazel Soper, ‘I’m sorry that you’re worth less’, 2024

Moor Rd Prudhoe NE42 5PA

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1—2 June 2024

  • Sat 5 – 9pm
  • Sun 5 – 9pm


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