Forest Pathways: Engaging families and communities with outdoor arts in wild spaces

Forestry Commission England guidance based on our evaluation of The Hunting of the Snark, an outdoor promenade piece created for Forestry Commission England sites by Burn the Curtain theatre company.

 

There is a significant body of knowledge about family audiences and outdoor arts, presented in research, evaluations, case-studies and articles. Much of this focuses on outdoor arts which takes place where populations live and work: town and city centres, parks and so on. There is less learning available related to arts experiences that take place in wilder places, away from built environments.

 

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