February Half Term with The Ruskin

Four photos showing children engaged in creative activites. © Photos L-R: Owen Roberts, Natalie Linney, Jo Blaker, Owen Roberts

Looking for inspiration this February half-term? Join us to experiment with natural print at Lancaster's own Eco Hub, create architecture-inspired art at Lancaster Castle, and imagine 'future utopias' at The Venue, Morecambe.

Everything is free, and everyone is welcome!

Tuesday 15 February: Eco Print with Natalie Linney

Inspired by John Ruskin's observations of the natural world, create a colourful eco-print to take home, at the Eco Hub Barn on Lancaster University campus.

Wednesday 16 February: Buildings, pattern and print with Bonnie Craig

Explore the patterns and textures of Lancaster’s historic Castle, and create an architecture-inspired artwork to take home.

Thursday 17 February: ‘Future Utopias’ with Sascha Gilmour

Share ideas about caring for our environment, as we make a collaborative artwork using natural and recycled materials, and imagine ways of transforming our places for the future.

Pre-booking is essential. Workshops are designed for children aged 6+.

Email Harriet on h.hill-payne@lancaster.ac.uk to find out more.

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