Pilgrim Grounds: the project
There are many ways to get involved:
1. The Labyrinth Art Space is open from 11-4 during the project. Come to the nave and create your own labyrinth â€˜tileâ€™ (10cm square). There will be help, guidance, and examples, and many recycled ba-ses to choose from, plus coffee related art materials. No experience necessary! (Regular admission fee applies and is valid for one year).
2. Go for a coffee at one of the many coffee shops in Winchester (with a poster in the window) and as you leave pick up a packet of their dried grounds and bring it with you to the Cathedral to make your â€˜tileâ€™.
3. Pilgrim Poetry -After drinking coffee and chatting or pondering choose a few words from your conversation that seemed significant and text them to our designated Pilgrim Grounds phone. These will be gathered by several poets who will write poetry with them.
4. Evening workshop - this takes place on Thursday 23rd at 7pm till 9pm, led by Bella Arts and other local artists and art students with whom you can make â€˜tilesâ€™ from hand-made paper from recycled cups and make prints all on the eco-coffee-pilgrim theme. Tickets to cover materials are available at the Cathedral Box Office for Â£5.
5. Follow us on social media, especially for daily updates on the size of the labyrinth.
6. COME BACK on Wednesday 29th for the Labyrinth Experience Gather from 7pm for refreshments and at around 7:30 -7:45 pm Dean Catherine and others will speak about Pilgrim Grounds. Winchesterâ€™s own Brian Draper (http://briandraper.org) will guide us in walking the labyrinth art installation, as he recently did St Paulâ€™s Cathedral.
For further information please contact:
Rev Gill Sakakini