Cycling Legend Beryl And Yorkshire Girl Power Celebrated By Children

Mar 9, 2019

Schoolchildren in Beverley have teamed up with East Riding Theatre (ERT) and a local artist to create a mural celebrating some of Yorkshire’s most trailblazing women.

Working with ERT’s all-female company in residence, She Productions, and artist Emma Garness, pupils from Molescroft, Keldmarsh, Tickton, and St Mary’s primary schools have created a mural depicting the Yorkshire Rose based on the achievements of the inspirational women.

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Sweetheart Pin Cushion Mural Will Deliver Poignant Message

Sweetheart Pin Cushion Mural Will Deliver Poignant Message
Jul 18, 2018

Local Artist Emma Garness is currently transforming a corner of Beverley with mural of a Sweetheart Pin Cushion as part of the Beverley Town Council’s WW1 Centenary commemorations. .

Emma who has worked on a range of projects including the ‘Bankside Gallery’ in Hull is working on her latest project in her home town of Beverley in the Memorial Gardens.

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Not Just Another Brick In The Wall

Nov 29, 2017

A rare and wonderful opportunity for a group of 60 pupils to display a collaborative piece of art work in a public space at the East Riding Theatre.

With guidance from local artist Emma Garness, the challenge for all 60 pupils from year 6 at Beverley Minster Primary School were set a challenge.

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HU17.net Magazine Issue 347

HU17.net Magazine Issue 347
May 15, 2017

HU17.net Magazine Issue 347 is out and features a selection of content that has appeared on the web site and can be purchased from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way.

Inside you will find photos from the Pittaway Beverley 10K and a collection of stories including how local artist Emma Garness is helping pupils and Beverley Minster Primary School.

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Minster School Embrace The Arts As They Strive To Achieve Artsmark

Minster School Embrace The Arts As They Strive To Achieve Artsmark
May 11, 2017

Pupils at Beverley Minster Primary School are working with local artist Emma Garness to create a large-scale work of art that will be displayed in the school’s playground.

With help of pupils aged between 4 to 6 years old, Mrs. Garness is helping create the work that is based around the school’s values of ‘Curiosity, Creativity, Respect, Perseverance, Community and Honesty.’

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