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An exhibition exploring climate change by Meadow Arts at Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum.
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Saturday 28 January – Saturday 3 June 2023 (closed Sundays).
Situated as it is on the banks of the River Severn, flooding is an environmental phenomenon well-known to Worcester. Watermark explores flooding as a result of climate change, both locally and globally, through contemporary artworks and paintings from the museum collections.
The exhibition is part of a wider programme of events and exhibitions across Worcester by Meadow Arts. For more information about the programme please visit meadowarts.org.
Free entry. Plan your visit to Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum.
Image: Naiza Khan - 'Water Map'
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