HALO Workshops with Leap Then Look

Photo: Kaleido Shoots

Space to Create! moves to MAST Mayflower Studios for a special weekend of activity! Create your own art and experiment with sound and object making in these free workshops led by Leap then Look.

All sessions require pre-booking, with two families allowed per time slot. All workshops take place in Studio 3 at MAST Mayflower Studios.

Saturday 26 June
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Sunday 27 June
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Saturday 26 June
12–1pm / 1.30–2pm / 3–4pm / 4.30–5.30pm
Innovative art workshop leaders Leap Then Look invite families with children of all ages (recommended age 5 and up) to drop-in and take part in a hands-on workshop where you can create your own artwork in response to Semiconductor’s HALO.

Sunday 27 June
Leap then Look invite young people aged 11-16-year-olds to take part in a hands-on, in-depth workshop creating artwork in response to Semiconductor’s HALO. Experiment with sound and object-making, video and performance using a wide range of materials.

HALO presented by John Hansard Gallery and MAST Mayflower Studios is supported by Arts Council England. The events programme is produced by Lighthouse and part of Re-Imagine Europe.

About Leap Then Look
Leap Then Look is a collaboration between artists Lucy Cran and Bill Leslie. They create art works, participatory projects, workshops and events for people of all ages and abilities. Their focus is on working together, inspiring playfulness, inquisitiveness and experimentation, by using exciting and unconventional approaches that combine object making, performance, installation, film, and photography. They believe that contemporary art practice should and can be made available and accessible to everyone and that we can all benefit from engaging with new ways of looking, making and thinking.

About HALO and Semiconductor
HALO is an immersive installation resulting from Semiconductor’s artist residency at CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics in Geneva. Semiconductor is UK artist duo Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt who have worked together for over 20 years.

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