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River Tees Willow Pattern Plates

Tees Valley Arts commissioned artists Emily Hesse and Adrian Moule to co-produce the River Tees Willow Pattern Plates as a means by which members of the public could be encouraged to reflect on their connection to the River Tees, as part of the “Welcome Aboard” community launches for the River Tees Rediscovered Landscape Heritage Partnership.

You can read more about the other “Welcome Aboard” Community Launches here.

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Infographic: Zoe Bishop; Icon Gender Neutral by Matt Brooks from the Noun Project

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All photographs were taken for Tees Valley Arts by Kev Howard. Creative Commons BY-NC-ND International 4.0 License.

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Help us find #myblueandwhite!

Earlier this year Tees Valley Arts worked with River Tees Re-discovered to provide artistic engagement at the “Welcome Aboard” community launches held in Middlesbrough, Darlington, Stockton, Hartlepool and Redcar. Artists Adrian Moule and Emily Hesse were commissioned and developed our River Tees Willow Pattern engagement, where participants were encouraged to interpret the River Tees informed…

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River Tees Rediscovered Willow Pattern Engagement Launched

164 individual engagements, 90 plates made that’s just the first of five community launches planned for the River Tees Rediscovered Landscape Partnership. River Tees Rediscovered Willow Pattern Plates Working with Middlesbrough born artist Emily Hesse, regular Tees Valley Arts contributor and artist Adrian Moule, we facilitated a collaboration that created the River Tees Rediscovered Willow…

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Heritage Lottery Fund and RTR
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