FREE
Every Friday

FAMILY FRIENDLY CREATIVE WORKSHOPS

Make it Yours workshops are back at the National Justice Museum! You’re invited to drop into our Creative Courtyard and make something inspired by the museum collection.

Our creative sessions are free and open to all. Join us to make and create together and contribute to our growing museum! The sessions will be led by artists, makers and writers, all influenced by this unique museum. Register using the Eventbrite links below.

Please note, you will need to choose a timeslot when booking through Eventbrite. This is so all workshops adhere to current social distancing guidelines. 

18 JUNE

Empowerment...through the 'new normal' window

Join activist, artist, and writer Bea Udeh as she takes a mindful moment to look outside through a new window to bring your hidden emotions into focus. Using words of justice that enquire, and images from our 'Power: Freedom to Create' exhibition to inspire, your thoughts and letters will be turned into a mixed-media, art piece expressing your new normal.

Free. All welcome. Materials are provided free of charge.

Book via Eventbrite here

25 JUNE

Flight to freedom

How does a humble pigeon represent power? Using ‘Mary the pigeon’ from the ‘Power: Freedom to Create’ exhibition as a starting point, artist Clare Taylor will show you how to express your ideas about freedom and power through the creation of a textured clay bird.

Free. All welcome. Materials are provided free of charge.

Book via Eventbrite here


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