Go wild for art
Local wildlife charity Staffordshire Wildlife Trust are inviting artists and photographers to submit artworks for their exhibition ‘Wild About Staffordshire – Celebrating 50 Years of Staffordshire Wildlife Trust.’ The artworks will be on display at Museum of Cannock Chase from 28th Oct- 17th Dec 2019.
Artworks must be inspired by the landscapes, flora and fauna of Staffordshire. Artists are encouraged to visit some of the Staffordshire Wildlife Trust reserves, be inspired and capture what is beautiful about these special places in their finished pieces. You can view all our nature reserves here
Our nature reserves
You can find out more about our nature reserves here
Explore wild open moorlands to ancient bluebell woods, wildflower meadows and wetlands ringing with birdsong
There are 27 nature reserves to explore and inspire you to create some wild artwork
Hem Heath Woods
One of our most easily accessible woodlands and an urban oasis on the edge of Stoke-on-Trent
Previously quarried for sand and gravel, Croxall Lakes now provides a home for a wide range of wintering and breeding birds
Stroll along the towpath of the Staffs & Worcs Canal to get the best views over the reserve without disturbing wildlife
What can you enter
All types of visual art are welcome including:
How to enter
You can pick up an application form from the museum or download it below. Staffordshire Wildlife Trust can also post you a copy of the form if you ring them on 01889 880100.
Submission Dates at the museum: Thursday 17th and Friday 18th October (11am - 4pm), Saturday 19th October (11am – 1pm), Monday 21st October (10am-12noon). Further details on submissions can be found in the Application Form. The museum address is Museum of Cannock Chase, Valley Road, Hednesford, Staffordshire. WS12 1TD