Heritage Futures Studio – ‘The Oxford Road Murders: the real value of urban trees’
|Dates:||25 April 2019 - 6 May 2019|
|Times:||06:00 - 17:00|
|What is it:||Exhibitions|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Adults, Alumni, General public, Post 16|
Do we want a future without trees?
Trees in cities are key for health and well-being, carbon storage, pollution amerilation, slowing rainwater runoff, urban cooling, wildlife and landscape. Since 2015 the developments along Oxford Road corridor has resulted in the removal of 120 trees. New trees have been replanted in other areas, but there is always a loss when a tree is felled.
Artist Phil Barton recorded all these fellings by creating postcards and this Heritage Futures Studio pop up exhibition is the display of his art work and signposting to organisations who are working on the importance of future city trees.
The Oxford Road Murders: the real value of urban trees is taking place in Heritage Futures Studio, which ask how we can shape the future and explore the themes of profusion, diversity, uncertainty and transformation .
Phil Barton will be leading performative walks at the following days and times.
The Oxford Road Murders: the real value of urban trees. Performative Walks
Thursday April 25th 5.30-6.30pm
Saturday April 27th 2.30-3.30pm
Monday 6 May 2.30-3.30pm
To book you free ticket visit mcrmuseum.eventbrite.com
Meet at Oxford Road entrance the Whitworth, ending at Manchester Museum
Please wear suitable clothing and footwear for an urban walk around Oxford Road
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