1st September - 31st October
Explore and experience Goole through the eyes of artists, poets, musicians and local communities.
The My Three Words Art Trail is a unique way to explore hidden sites in and around Goole.
Walk, cycle or drive your way around the Art Trail, and – scanning the QR codes at each site with your mobile – discover links to an online gallery and special digital content that celebrates our home town.
To start your walk visit mythreewordsgoole.co.uk/art-trail. The website will show walkable routes local to you, waiting to be enjoyed.
Artists whose work you will find on the walk include:
Yorkshire based set designer, Caitlin Mawhinney, who has created a miniature scale model of an important part of Goole history – the last Tom Pudding train in 1984.
Printmaker, Donna Michelle Griffith, who has created a series of silk screen prints inspired by the geometry and geography of the river Ouse as it runs through the city.
Brother and sister team, Gavin and Tamar Osborn, whose recordings at the docks have created overwater and underwater soundscapes.
Children’s author, James Nichol, whose piece is inspired by the sites and sounds of the Brick Ponds – his favourite place in Goole.
Artist, Tony Wade, who explores boundaries and cartography with an installation and photography project on the outskirts of Goole.
Jo Weston – a poet & writer (shortlisted for the Bridport Prize & long-listed in the Mslexia Poetry Competition) who takes a look at a journey into Goole by train.
Created by IOU and commissioned by Junction. Supported by Arts Council England and East Riding of Yorkshire Council.