A Studio Sunday Special as part of our CoLAB summer programme
Join us in our Clore Learning Studio for a free, practical art making workshop exploring ideas about accessibility and academic research in the city.
Artist Kaitlin Ferguson has transformed the Clore Learning Studio into a creative research lab and would love you to join her. You will learn new art techniques and skills and explore new ways of creative thinking in a safe and supported space.
If Studio Sunday is busy, you can still get creative by picking up some of our free activities from the Art Cart.
FREE, booking required for quiet sessions before 2.15pm, drop in from 2.15 – 4pm
Please book one of the following workshop slots:
12 – 12.30pm
12.45 – 1.15pm
1.30 – 2pm
From 2.15 – 4pm Studio Sunday will be drop in, no booking required. These sessions are likely to be busier. If you would like to attend at a quieter time, please pre-book your ticket here for one of the earlier slots.
This event is part of our summer programme, CoLAB. CoLAB brings together our local community, an artist, and researchers at the University of Cambridge to think creatively and have fun. As a group, you will creatively explore and assist research that is currently underway at the University, and everyone is invited to join in.
Join artist Kaitlin Ferguson in the Clore Learning Studio, which she has transformed into a creative research lab. You will work with Kaitlin to learn new art techniques and skills and new ways of creative thinking in a safe and supported space.
You will be working together to explore research currently being undertaken by Dr Louise Hickman at the Minderoo Centre for Technology and Democracy. Louise is investigating how people with a diverse range of needs physically access arts and culture in the city and how this will inform the future of work. By exploring this topic creatively and with local voices, CoLAB will produce new data that responds to the city’s priorities.
Everyone who takes part in CoLAB will have their thoughts, reflections, and artworks collected, and will help to inspire a ‘Living Archive’. Kaitlin will bring this archive together and it will be shared back to the academics and researchers.