Sounds of Green in Black was a multi-media exhibition which captured the sights and sounds of the nature on our doorstep here in the Black Country. Funded by Creative Black Country the photographs and soundscape told the stories of local people in terms of how and why they engage with nature.
During the three days, over 150 people came along to view the work and take part in the various activities that formed part of the display.
We also asked people to tell us in three words ‘What nature means to me’ and as you will see from the image above we received a host of amazing responses. We will be collating these and setting them out on a Wildness to Wellness graphic soon which we will put on this website and share on social media.
Sounds of Green in Black was held at the Mander Community Hub between Thursday 13th and Sunday 16th July.