As part of her exhibition Counter-flow at People’s History Museum, artist Eva Mileusnic is inviting visitors of all ages to explore and tell their own stories by participating in a series of family-friendly workshops, with two sessions taking place every Wednesday of the school holidays starting from Wednesday 28 July. Inspired by Eva’s Counter-flow art installation, families will have the opportunity to decorate a pair of plaster cast feet with a design that reflects their own identity or story. Each session will be led by artist Pauline Wood and an array of materials will be available to use and experiment with including painting, printing, drawing and decal transfer application. The activity is Family Friendly and designed to be suitable for all ages. Tickets are FREE for children and priced at £6, £2 and free for adults (plus booking fee for paid tickets).
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