Launch of #MakeYourWay Journey Boxes in Stonehouse

Join artists Kate McAllan and Martyn McKenzie to explore new artwork around Stonehouse

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Saturday 28 October 2017 3:30pm until 5:00 pm

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Meeting point is at Stonehouse Lifestyles

Join the artists who have designed and constructed the beautiful 'Journey Boxes' sited along the Make Your Way trails in Stonehouse. Kate and Martyn will lead a tour around the boxes explaining their approach to making the artworks for #MakeYourWay. They will explain the different themes of each box and how it relates to local heritage and the surrounding landscape. Go along on the walk to find out more about these wonderful site specific artworks and wayfinding. 

Meeting point: Stonehouse Lifestyles at 3.30pm on Saturday 28th October. 

Running time: Two hours. 

Please wear weather appropriate clothing and sturdy walking shoes. 

For further information and booking, please call icecream architecture on 0141 237 8592 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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