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SORRY! THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT.
This is a FREE activity but you must reserve a place as spaces are limited.
We are seeking creative families and kids to create glowing sculptures for a special BayFest project. In this FREE workshop with Animate Arts, you will make giant 3D flowers for the Summer Trail project and evening lantern event. Your amazing sculptures will be displayed in public locations across Herne Bay for the whole of the summer! Who will become our famous artist-families for this extraordinary project?
• This is a family workshop, suitable for children ages 7-12 and accompanied by an adult.
• Participants must be available for the workshop AND lantern event on Saturday 28th July evening
|My Adventure into Magic will amaze you|
FREE but Booking advised
Heads of Clay! (But no feet)
This year, the cartoon festival is delighted to host two workshops by the very fabulous caricaturist, Roger Todd. On Sat Aug 4th @ 1.30pm @ Beach Creative, Roger will take us through the history of sculpted caricatures from Dantan and Daumier in the 1840s to France’s Les Guignols de l’Info, Russia’s Kukly, and South Africa’s online spoof show. ZA News. Ending with a lump of wet clay, so each participant can fashion their very own sculpted caricature. There are still a few places left, so if you fancy getting mucky with Roger, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Caricature Workshop with Guardian Cartoonist Martin Rowson, at Pettman House, Hanover Square.