Make Your Mark: with protest coin print at People’s History Museum

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People's History Museum

Make Your Mark: with protest coin print at People’s History Museum (PHM), City Centre 14 August 2019 Entrance is free

Many people have found creative, peaceful ways to protest. Join our guest artist Ambrin, and stamp your own protest message onto a copper coin in this drop in activity and find out how print can be used to spread messages.

Head to the People’s History Museum every Wednesday afternoon during the Manchester summer holidays to experiment with different printing techniques.

Family Friendly activity, suitable for 5+/No booking required, drop in activity/Pay what you feel at the event

Make Your Mark workshops offer an inclusive space for all ages and abilities. Activities can be tailored to support special education needs and disability (SEND) requirements.

Please note this event is not suitable for groups of more than five people.

Make Your Mark: with protest coin print at People’s History Museum (PHM), City Centre 14 August 2019 Entrance is free

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