Family Wire Sculpture Workshop at The Piece Hall

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FAMILY WIRE SCULPTURE WORKSHOP at The Piece Hall
The Piece Hall

Family Wire Sculpture Workshop at The Piece Hall, Halifax 2 March 2019 Entrance is free

Join artist Natalie Bellingham in The Piece Hall courtyard to celebrate the venue’s fantastic new outdoor sculpture, David Murphy’s The Blanket, by contributing to a large wire sculpture which will be created throughout the day and making your own mini version to take away.

Family Wire Sculpture Workshop at The Piece Hall, Halifax 2 March 2019

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