Sculpting the Future

Sculpting The Future. It’s the apocalypse! The environment is out to get us, and the world as we know will never be the same.

We’ve salvaged some scrap materials, and now it’s up to you how you use them…

Join artist Marnie Simpson for this drop-in creative making afternoon using found and recycled materials.

When? Wednesday 20th February 12-4pm. This is free drop-in session.

WHO CAN COME ? A workshop for families. All ages and abilities welcome.Children 12 or under must be accompanied by an adult.

Where does it take place? Located in the heart of leeds at Unit 3, St John’s Centre, in the Human Aquarium Workshop Space. Directions

HOW TO BOOK? This is drop- in session. No booking required – just turn up between 12 and 4pm

Marnie is an visual and performance artist, and recent graduate of Leeds Beckett University. Marnie’s practice holds up a mirror to our hyperconnected world and says ‘come and have a chat ’. Through sculpture and performance, Marnie embraces simplicity, walking a strange line between charming and jarring to attract curiosity and confusion in equal measures.