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Places are never one thing.....

STUFF presents recent Art Gene projects, reflecting on research around the social, natural & built environment, uncovering hidden and 'Seldom Seen' assets of the Morecambe Bay area. STUFF considers the complexity of what makes a place, reflecting on its histories, the people and the shape it makes for its future. STUFF brings the social, natural and built into the Art Gene Gallery setting showcasing; Fort Walney, Uncovered Art Gene's Heritage Lottery funded art and archaeology work, in partnership with Natural England. Download the free Fort Walney Mobile App Walking Tour and see the war memorial for the North Walney National Nature Reserve. Seldom Seen Maps & mobile apps in partnership with Morecambe Bay Partnership, funded by Coastal Communities Fund and Heritage Lottery Fund. Five Seldom Seen maps and four mobile app walking tours gather the collective knowlege of Morecambe Bay's communities. Including works by Art Gene associates STUFF Guest speakers include: Cllr Helen Wall, Cunbria County Council and Barrow Borough Council George Nash - Archaeologist and lead on the Fort Walney, Uncovered Dig Steve Benn Natural England Morecambe Bay Partnership and a preview of Hides for Cumbria Wildlife Trust, South Walney Nature Reserve. STUFF was kindly supported by Arts Council England and Wren.