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Family-friendly workshop

Family Drop-in Workshop

11:00–16:00

Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

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Drop-in to make sculptures using wire and clay inspired by the work of South African sculptor Noria Mabasa. This workshop is brought to you in partnership with The World Reimagined and links to our current exhibition, Lungiswa Gqunta: Sleep in Witness.

 

No booking required

This event is free and no booking is necessary, just drop in any time from 11:00 to 16:00.

Suitable for families with children aged 6+. This is an intergenerational workshop – we encourage creativity in all ages! Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Accessibility

Visitors who would prefer a step-free entrance can use the accessible entrance on Cookridge Street, using the lift to bring you onto the ground floor. The workshop will take place in the seminar room on the basement level and you can use a passenger lift to all floors of the building.

You can store pushchairs in the seminar room for the whole event.

Toilets are located just outside the seminar room on the basement level, including baby changing facilities within the accessible and gender-neutral toilet.

We want to make it as easy as possible for all to attend, so please get in touch if you have any access needs that you would like to discuss before the workshop.

 

Accessibility

Lungiswa Gqunta: Sleep in Witness
A woman walks through Lungiswa Gqunta’s sculpture 'Ntabamanzi', made from barbed wire and blue wool. The sculpture is designed to look like a wave breaking against the wall of the gallery.

Exhibition

Lungiswa Gqunta: Sleep in Witness

Main Galleries
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

Getting here

The Henry Moore Institute

Experience, study and enjoy sculpture from around the world in the centre of Leeds.

74 The Headrow
Leeds
LS1 3AH
United Kingdom

T:  01132 467 467
E:  reception@henry-moore.org