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14:30 on 31 August 2019
You are invited to join artist Hannah Imlach, members of the Donside community and researchers from the James Hutton Institute on Energy Walk, a procession along the River Don from the community hydro scheme to the sea. Imlach has created a series of lightweight, wind-activated sculptures informed by her residency in association with Aberdeen Community Energy, taking particular inspiration from the form of the Archimedes’ screw. Participants are invited to walk with these sculptures and contribute to a discussion on community energy and the ecology of the river.
Energy Walk coincides with Donside Village Fayre and provides an opportunity to celebrate and share the achievement of Aberdeen Community Energy in setting up community-initiated and run renewable energy in Aberdeen.
The event will be documented in still photography to create a series of images that will be shared and exhibited.
All ages and abilities welcome, for access enquiries please contact: [email protected]