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© Illustrations by Bruno Gallagher
An Imaginary Field Guide To Renfrewshire’s Waterways is a family friendly audio and visual arts trail that re-imagines the plants, insects and animals that dwell on the Paisley to Lochwinnoch Cycle Path through a surrealist lens, commissioned by Place Partnership at OneRen for Cycle Arts Festival 2021.
5 authors, storytellers and artists were invited to write and record a collection of audio field guide entries describing the lesser known, rare and fantastical inhabitants of Renfrewshire’s rivers, lochs and burns.
Featuring contributions from artists including Kirstin Innes, Raman Mundair, Mara Menzies, Sita Pieraccini and Bex Anson. With specially commissioned illustrations by visual artist Bruno Gallagher and sound design by Robbie Gunn.
Listen to the Feral Arts stories from The Field Guide inspired by Renfrewshire by clicking the icons below.
Feral are a Glasgow based arts producing house founded in 2015 by Jill Smith and Kathryn Boyle. Together they produce a portfolio of artists, tour work locally and internationally, organise festivals and develop creative residencies as a way of supporting a diverse community of independent artists working across visual theatre and the outdoor arts.
Future Paisley is the radical and wide-ranging programme of economic, social and physical regeneration using the town’s unique and internationally significant cultural and heritage story to transform its future.
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