From 29th June to 2nd July, the Forest of Imagination returns to Bath for its fourth year. This year the popular festival will be linking the urban edge of Bath to the prehistoric National Trust meadow of Bushey Norwood.
Its intention is to create a trail of unique temporary installations and artworks linking the urban edge of the city of Bath with the prehistoric landscape of Bushey Norwood. In response to the title ‘Forest on the Edge… where we feel at home’, elements of the city will be placed in the countryside whilst aspects of nature are to be placed in the city, allowing the reinterpretation of the relationship of city with nature.
Forest of Imagination is a four-day participatory, contemporary arts event and creative learning programme delivered by a collaborative team of local creative organisations in Bath. The event transforms a familiar public place into an inclusive space for contemporary creativity and intuitive play, offering an immersive experience for participants through interactive installations, artworks and workshops. Forest of Imagination is free and open to all.
Find out more about the event here: www.forestofimagination.org.uk