The following venues across Manchester will be offering free drop-in creative sessions to prepare for the Carnival of Creatures.
Hulme Community Garden Centre – Monday 27 and Wednesday 29 May – 12-3pm
Make a headpiece for the ‘Carnival of Creatures’ from recycled and natural materials.
Manchester Art Gallery – Tues 28, Weds 29, Thurs 30 and Fri 31 May – 1-3pm
Artists Carly Bainbridge and Jayson Gylen are on hand to help make a parade-worthy prop to bring to the ‘Carnival of Creatures.’
As part of the Get Together and Get Things Done exhibition, families will be invited to join a collaborative project to show the power of uniting together and there will also be a climate scientist on hand to answer questions.
People’s History Museum – Weds 29 May – 1-3pm
Join an artist-led session to make beautiful things for the ‘Carnival of Creatures’ using fabric pens and patch-making techniques.
Manchester Museum – Sat 1 June – 11-12:30
A jam-packed session with nature, art, face painting, a chance to make wings to wear in the ‘Carnival of Creatures,’ storytelling and play.