Saturday 25 October, Saturday 1 November 10.30am to 4.30pm
To celebrate this year’s Family Learning Festival, Saturday Stop just got even better!
Join us in our lounge area overlooking City Park to go on an adventure and investigate extinct animals from the past. Get creative by making animal finger puppets and masks and find out more about where different animals lived on our big world map.
This is a free event, you can nip in for ten minutes or stay as long as you like.
Saturday 10.30am to 4.00pm
Saturday Stop is our regular free event for families!
Visit our exhibition, relax in the Lounge overlooking City Park, and take part in free creative activities for children inspired by our new exhibition. You can nip in for 10 minutes or stay as long as you like.
Free event, drop in.
Thursday 6 November 2014, 12.30pm to 1.30pm
Join us for a free lunchtime tour of our exhibition Hunters by David Chancellor
Prof. Daniel Brockington, Professor of Conservation and Development at University of Manchester, will lead an open discussion, examining the complicated issues raised by Hunters.
Free event, no booking required
Friday 14 November 2014, 11.30am to 1.30pm
Join us for free tea, cake and enjoy a friendly, social morning in our gallery overlooking City Park.
At 12.30pm we will give a short talk about our exhibition Hunters by David Chancellor, that explores the complex relationship between humans and animals, documenting the game hunting industry in Sub-Saharan Africa
Time for Tea is our free regular event for the over 55s, all welcome.
Friday 21 November 2014, 10.30am to 5.30pm
Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to take part in our masterclass with exhibiting photographer David Chancellor.
To book your place or for more information about the event call Angela Sheard, Programme Co-ordinator, on 01274 737843 or email email@example.com
Saturday 22 November, 3.00pm to 5.00pm
Join us for an Artist Reception with David Chancellor on the occasion of his exhibition Hunters with a chance to view the exhibition, meet the artist, and buy a copy of the exhibition's accompanying publication.
Free event, all welcome.
Booking advised for talk.