LIVE ONLINE WORKSHOP: Mapped Out
Time & Location
About The Event
Broadcast from within Fabrica’s vibrant Summer exhibition, 'A Simple Act of Wonder'. This online workshop invites children to experiment creating collaged and colourful maps out of materials found at home. Maps can tell stories about who we are, what we dream and find ways to connect us.
Participants will also be able to achieve a Discover Arts Awards, by sending documentation of their work to firstname.lastname@example.org – more information on how to take part will be sent to bookees prior to the digital workshop.
Materials needed for workshop:
Glue (ideally PVA but pritt-stick is okay)
Coloured pens or pencils
Scissors (make sure you have someone to supervise using these)
A4 or A3 paper
Recycled materials from around your home. This could be cereal boxes/ plastic bags/ old clothes. But make sure whatever you use, you or whoever owns it are happy to cut it up. The more varied materials you find the better!
We recommend booking in advance for this event as places are limited.
Bookings can also be made in during gallery opening hours by speaking to a member of the gallery team or at Fabrica during office hours.
Once paid for, tickets are non-refundable.
This event will be recorded for promotional purposes, we ask participants to be aware of this before joining the event. We will not tolerate participants taking images or recording the event without consent. You will be muted upon arrival and Fabrica staff will go over Zoom functionalities so everyone knows how we will be using the digital platform during the event. Zoom login details will be sent with your ticket confirmation email.
Online Safety Policy:
children should only be identifiable by the first name (and in the case of duplicates and initial letter of surname). You can rename yourself when joining the Zoom chat.
dress properly before joining a video chat
make sure to be mindful of what is shown on video
workshop Leader will retain the role of host and exert an appropriate amount of control on interactivity.
Ensure no photography/screenshots taken during a workshop