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National Tree Week: arts & culture programme online, The Tree Council

  • London, online
  • combined arts, interdisciplinary arts, literature, museums, photography, music, visual arts
  • Sophie Smith


Celebrate National Tree Week 2020 with The Tree Council online

Inspired by the wood wide web, we're staying connected to trees and one another online this National Tree Week (28 Nov - 6 Dec 2020)

While we cannot gather to plant and care for trees as we usually do, The Tree Council is still bringing people together to celebrate trees by offering a free online programme of arts and culture events.

Events include a very special conversation between bestselling writer duo Tracy Chevalier (Girl With a Pearl Earring) and Jonathan Drori (Around the World in 80 Trees). Other enticements include live, tree-inspired, musical offerings, a panel discussion on art and trees featuring leading practitioners and much, much more.

Sessions are free, but a kind donation would help us and the trees to thrive if you can. Follow the link above and join us for one or more of these fantastic sessions.

We look forward to celebrating our amazing trees with you this National Tree Week,

Team Tree Council

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Photo, Crowds enjoying Garden of Light, by TILT. Lumiere London 2016, produced by Artichoke, supported by Mayor of London. Credit Matthew Andrews 2016.

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