Here's your round-up of Herefordshire-made events, shows and sessions that you can take part in this June.
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Staying safe and socially distanced doesn't mean you can't take part in Herefordshire Wildlife Trust's 30 Days of Wild campaign.
Sign up to do one wild thing a day throughout the month of June and you'll also get beginner guide to outdoor photography, posters, a wildlife bingo card and an activity passport.
HWT's sites are open for socially distanced walks, but check the guidance before heading out. If you're staying in, they've got you covered with indoor craft and garden projects.
Site-inspired theatre makers, Feral Productions will take you on a journey with their three-part audio performance.
Riversong, originally designed as a promenade piece with children from Hereford's Lord Scudamore Academy, is being released online, with each piece free to access for a week. Expect encounters and soothing sounds as you follow the river's journey from source to sea.
The talented team at 2Faced Dance have not only been producing a suite of online dance classes, podcasts and performances, they have pulled together Platform Quarantine.
It's a weekly timetable of online videos, classes, and live streams from a range of Herefordshire-based creatives. Check out the weekly classes from Kris Saunders-Stowe at Wheely Good Fitness (15+) or Yoga for Parents and Baby from the Starlight Company. Visit Platform Quarantine for more.
Hereford Cathedral is a champion of webcasts. Celebrating a choir that's existed at the Cathedral since the 13th century, they've made Evensong podcasts available via Soundcloud.
And now the #MyMappaMundi campaign is asking you to take inspo from the medieval map and illustrate a map to show what your world looks like right now. Download the template here, and share your pictures online.
If you need reminding of why Hereford's Mappa Mundi is worth (more than) its weight, explore it at www.themappamundi.co.uk.
Herefordshire's Sidney Nolan Trust and Informality (the Oxfordshire contemporary art gallery) are digitally displaying the colourful work of Paris based, Australian artist Anthony White, at The Rodd, the trust's 17th-century HQ in Presteigne.
Informed by research and following in footsteps of activist artists including Yves Klein and Rotraut, White picked up a Creative Arts Fellowship which, now postponed, would have brought him to The Rodd for a 2021 residency.
Meadow Arts continues its new video series with a peep inside the studio of artist Alex Hartley. Maker of big things that have something to say about occupation and notions of utopia, Hartley teamed up the Meadow Arts for the 2019 In Ruins exhibition at Witley Court in Worcestershire.
Re-live that here, and then hear about his process and upcoming work by taking part in the live tour on Friday June 19 at 2pm.
📷: Alex Hartley, Facade, 2019. Meadow Arts commission.