FOLLOWING three months of explorations by land and water, Unpublished Tour presents ten artists from Cumbria and beyond.

These two events will present visions of the Duddon Estuary and Haverigg Dunes realised in a range of events and media by contributing artists.

Join the afternoon drop-in event to view an exhibition of new artworks inspired by the Duddon Estuary with screenings of film and slides from Dynamic Dunescapes, Haverigg earlier this year, where participants enjoyed art workshops, guided walks and performance.

In the evening, book tickets to encounter landscapes you think you know anew —reinterpreted through environmental art, film, photography, the spoken word and performance.

Unpublished Tour seeks to surprise and enliven as it reveals the many hidden facets of an evolving landscape shaped by the processes of nature and human activity. It has sought to create a living legacy to contribute to the dynamic heritage of the Duddon Estuary and help preserve its unique qualities for future generations.

The project title ‘Unpublished Tour' is taken from the book "The River Duddon, A series of Sonnets" by William Wordsworth and first published in 1820.

The two events will take place at Millom Palladium on November 27: 2pm until 4pm and then 6pm until 9.30pm for the evening event which requires bookings.

Atists featured : Laurence Campbell (filmmaker), David Cooper (writer), Mel Galley (digitlartist), Wallace Heim (writer, sound artist), Hannah Rose Kessler (embroidery and singer-songwriter) Di McGhee (environmental artist), Tim Pugh (environmental artist), Irene Rogan (artist), David Severn (photographer) and Richard Scott (saltmarsh ecologist)

Supporting: David Baker (acoustic drummer), Jo Wade (singer, musician and performance artist) and Neil Wade (musician, performance).