About Green TV
Green TV was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund to provide an innovative and exciting programme of environmental and heritage engagement through the arts for the Tees Valley. The overall aim of the project was to raise awareness of and increase public access to key areas of outstanding natural heritage within the sub-region.
Jeremy Garside, Chief Executive, Tees Valley Wildlife Trust said,
“Green TV has been an extremely positive experience. It has allowed us to experiment with completely new ways of interpreting the natural environment and to work outside our usual professional box. We are now not just thinking and talking about new ways of doing things, but actually seeing them happen.”
Local Artist Vicky Holbrough created Chroma – a celebration of Darlington’s landscape, environment and colour, cast in glass by Creative Glass, Stockton-on-Tees.
Local Artist Adrian Moule created the unique interpretive artwork ‘Flock’ – a collection of silhouettes depicting birds that can be found at Portrack Marsh, Stockton-on-Tees.
Local Artist Tony Charles designed Mirage – informed by the work he had done with schoolchildren examining symmetry in nature. Mirage floats on Coatham Marsh.
Local Artist Adrian Moule created the unique interpretive artwork ‘Grayling’ a 30ft high butterfly mobile, gently moving in the breeze at Maze Park, Middlesbrough.
Home to Land
Artist Bethan Maddocks created Home to Land – based on an amalgamation of wind socks, Tibetan prayer flags and bird plumage. Home to Land belongs to Teesside Wildlife Trust.
Artist Lindsay Duncanson and RSPB staff worked with Year 5 pupils from Bader and Yarm Primary schools in Stockton to creatively explore Saltholme, its wildlife and history.
Where is the Public Art & Sculpture located?