Norfolk & Norwich Festival is excited to be hosting this workshop as part of NessFest Youth Arts Festival happening on Tuesday 23 October in Lowestoft town centre.
Come along and learn how to make your own model, sets and props and then use these to create animations, images and GIFs that we’ll be sharing on social media throughout the lab!
You’ll get a chance to explore:
- Model making
- 3D printing
You’ll be working with the creative geniuses at Juneau Projects, and taking inspiration from nature and your local heritage with the team at the Suffolk Wildlife Trust.
There are two labs running from 1-2.30pm and 3-4.30pm on Tuesday 23 October at the empty Poundstretcher unit, on the corner of London Road North and Milton Road, Lowestoft town centre.
For ages 11-19, the labs are FREE and you can just drop-in but make sure you get there early to get a space!
Part of our Heritage Lottery Funded Common Ground– young heritage leaders project.
Juneau Projects are Philip Duckworth and Ben Sadler, who make collaborative artwork, sculpture, painting, sound, installation, animation, robotics and more. See examples of their workshops below, or more over at their Instagram page.
Suffolk Wildlife Trust
We’ll be joined by the education team from Carlton & Oulton Marshes – a lowland reserve in the Waveney Valley which consists of meadows, wet grassland, reedbeds, marsh and woodland. Find out more about the reserve here.