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Recycled Creature Workshop

The Harley Gallery, A60 Mansfield Road, Welbeck,Worksop, Nottinghamshire, S80 3LW

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Recycled Creature Workshop

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Wednesday 14 February 2024 and Wednesday 3 April 2024 I 10.30am – 12.30pm
The Harley Foundation
Tickets for this workshop are Pay What You Think: choose from £3, £5, and £10 tickets.


Join us for a creative workshop specifically for small hands. Craft your own creature with sculptor Michelle Reader in this children's workshop.

Michelle will encourage children to think creatively about the creatures who share their homes and gardens. From pets to pests, beetles to butterflies, children will work with Michelle to share stories of their animal encounters and to recreate them using recycled materials.
All materials and equipment will be provided, but feel free to bring along any interesting or colourful materials from your collection to add to your sculpture.

Please note, each ticket is for one child and an accompanying adult.

This workshop is part of Meet + Make, a series of public engagement events running alongside our contemporary exhibition Work Life: Life's Work.

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Recycled Creature Workshop (3 Apr 2024)
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Wednesday10:30 - 12:30

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