Workshop

Children and Young Peoples’ Study Week

16 Feb 2016 – 19 Feb 2016

Event times

Tuesday: 10.30am - 12.30pm
Wednesday: 10.30am - 12.30pm
Thursday: 10.30am - 12.30pm
Friday: 10.30am -4pm

Cost of entry

Workshops Tuesday to Thursday, for 6-12 yr olds, cost £8 per child. All three workshops are £20.

Cambridge, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • 18 or 18A from City Centre to Bourn
  • BR Cambridge Station ( 8 miles)

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oin us over the half term break for a series of workshops inspired by our new exhibition The Practice of Theories.

About

During a series of workshops inspired by our new exhibition The Practice of Theories, we’ll be working as a group with an artist and our young people’s group Circuit Cambridge, to create and explore information sharing systems. Each workshop will be different and will include elements of writing, sound, pictograms, collage, printing and photography. We’ll be sharing ideas and learning to create content for group publications.

CHILDREN AND FAMILY WORKSHOPS
Tuesday 16 February: 10.30am - 12.30pm for 6-12 yr olds
Wednesday 17 February: 10.30am - 12.30pm for 6-12 yr olds
Thursday 18 February: 10.30am - 12.30pm for 6-12 yr olds

OVER 13s WORKSHOP
Friday 19 February: 10.30am - 4.00pm for 13+ year olds, led by Circuit, our young peoples' group

Places are limited and booking is essential.

Workshops Tuesday to Thursday, for 6-12 yr olds, cost £8 per child. All three workshops are £20. You are welcome to attend one, two or all three workshops. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Parents and guardian are welcome to join in the activities.

Friday’s workshop for young people aged 13+ is free but booking is essential.

To book places please go to our Eventbrite page, BOOK HERE

If you have attended our family workshops in the past you can expect this activity to be similar but to be more focussed on collaboration and group work; reflecting our theme across 2016, Wysing Poly, which explores the practical application of ideas.

The Practice of Theories is a group exhibition that brings together artists who seek to make visible the intangible and who share knowledge or complex theories through their work and working methods. It includes sculpture, painting, sound and installation and we will spend time in  the exhibition as part of this activity.

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