Family Event: Imaginary Habitats with Collage Club
Drop in from 13:30-15:00
Pre-book for a guaranteed place in the 15:00-16:30 session (booking available from 9 Feb 2024)
Audience: This is an intergenerational workshop, suitable for all ages and abilities. Everyone is welcome.
Join us in the UCL Grant Museum of Zoology with artist Steph Hartman and imagine future habitats through collage. Explore the work that UCL is supporting to save endangered habitats and then use the power of ripping, sticking, cutting, and shape-making to envision and protect animals and organisms of the future.
Collage Club is a workshop series celebrating the art of cutting and sticking. Embracing hands-on techniques and using scissors as a drawing tool, Collage Club workshops are perfect for anyone keen to flex their creative muscles and get making without having to produce perfectly proportioned, boring drawings. Rip, cut and stick beautiful compositions using materials that include hand-painted papers, colourful sheets and shapes.
This workshop is part of UCL Museums & Cultural Programmes 2023-24 event series Architecting Futures from Past Traces, bringing together art, culture and research.
This is an intergenerational workshop, suitable for all ages and abilities. Everyone is welcome.
This event comprises of two sessions:
- Drop-in session from 13:30-15:00 where booking is not required.
- Bookable session from 15:00-16:30 (tickets on sale from 9 February 2024)*, please reserve yourself a space by booking one ticket per family group on our Eventbrite page.
*If you wish to book a slot earlier than this for access reasons, contact us at email@example.com
Access to the museum, and all public areas within it, is step-free. Further information can be found here.
The Museum is located in Bloomsbury, in the heart of central London. The nearest tube stations are Euston Square (Metropolitan, Circle, Hammersmith & City), Goodge Street (Northern Line), Warren Street (Victoria Line), and buses 18, 30, 73, 134 and 205 stop 3-5 minutes away on Euston Road.
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