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Winchester Discovery Centre• Sunday 14 October 11 – 4pm

Hoodwink Theatre

Making People Led by Hoodwink Theatre

Join in a theatrical installation and make your own paper people in a paper landscape - give them a name, character and place them in our paper world where anything is possible...paper people can fly, climb mountains, sing opera, ride dinosaurs or whatever you can create for them to do. We will film our paper world and add sound effects, your voices and music.

Suitable for all ages. No previous making experience necessary. FREE – drop in event

Steve Follen

'Wire drawings of seeds'. Steven Follen Education Workshop, ArtisanCam & The Millenium Seed Bank, Wakehurst Place, RBG Kew.

Winchester Portrait – a collaborative drawing. Led by artist Steven Follen

Be inspired by the rich history of Winchester and Alice Kettle’s ‘Looking forwards to the past’ to draw your own personal portrait of Winchester people and the city’s landmarks.

Be part of this collaborative project, exploring the properties of wire to create line drawings which together will form a portrait of the city. Suitable for 8 years upwards.

Goggles and safety equipment supplied.
Two sessions: 11am – 1pm and 2 – 4pm
Maximum 20 people per session
Family ticket £15 Individuals £5

To book your space please click here or call Winchester Discover Centre Box Office 01962 873603