A series of unusual and thought-provoking artworks will be on display across public spaces in Blyth over the next two weeks.
Created by more than 20 international artists with groups from south east Northumberland as part of the CORNERS of Europe programme, they will be on show from May 9 to 22.
Last year artists from the Basque country, Italy, Slovenia, Northern Ireland, Sweden, Croatia, Poland, Serbia, Kosovo and the UK visited places across Europe, including south east Northumberland, to meet local people and exchange stories. These stories and experiences have resulted in a series of projects that engage the local community and will be shared in public places across central Blyth.
To find out more see the website www.cornersofeurope.org/events/corners-se-northumberland/