These creative workshops are for children age 5+ and their parent or carer to take part in together during the Hebridean Dark Skies festival.
Space painting Work on a big wall painting of space and the planets using metallic and ultra-violet paints. Sat 11 Mar, 10.30am – 11.30am; Education room Book a free ticket for each adult and child attending
Tardis Drop-in workshop in An Lanntair community room in the afternoon to design a Tardis for Dr Who. Build control panels to fly the Tardis, and draw outer space as you imagine it on the windows. Sat 11 Mar, 1.30 – 4.30pm; Community room Un-ticketed – drop in for as long as you like
Planets and alien finger puppets Work together with your family to build a cardboard moon landscape complete with craters, then design and make alien finger puppets. Sat 18 Mar, 10.30am – 11.30am; Education room Book a free ticket for each adult and child attending
Starry light pictures With your family, make a string light constellation picture of the night sky. Sat 18 Mar, 1.30 – 2.30pm: Community room Book a free ticket for each adult and child attending
Class numbers are limited and booking is essential. If you have booked tickets but can’t attend, please contact the box office on 01851 708480 so that we can make the spaces available to another family. If a workshop is ‘sold out’, ask to be placed on the waiting list in case tickets become available.
Full Circle enables families to experience the arts together and to be creative. Full Circle workshops are supported by The Bank of Scotland Foundation.
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