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October Half Term at The Lightbox

26 October 2021 to 29 October 2021

This October half term, The Lightbox gallery and museum is hosting some spooktacular Halloween workshops. There is a combination of drop-in family workshops and bookable activities for every age and crafting capability…

Tues 26 October - The week starts with Potion Bottles for 5–7-year-olds in the morning of Tues 26 October, when children will create a special Halloween themed potion bottle. 

During the afternoon, also on Tues 26 October, learn the techniques and skills of working with wire in Wire Wrapped Bats Workshop for 8 – 11-year-olds. 

Wed 27 October - The first free drop-in workshop is on Wed 27 October, where families can have a hand at making Mini Ghosts using a range of craft materials (1.30pm – 4.00pm). 

Thurs 28 October – Day-long Young Creatives masterclass on Stop Motion Animation. Join artists from My-Animation for a chance to bring to life characters created during the workshop. Participants will have their animations uploaded to YouTube for friends and family to enjoy. Workshop for 11–16-year-olds. All materials included. 

Fri 29 October - Finally, the week draws to a close on Fri 29 October with a free Halloween Paper Lanterns session. Make your own paper Halloween lantern, such as a pumpkin or a bat shape (1.30pm – 4.00pm). 

If this isn’t enough, The Lightbox will also have two exhibitions on display…

In the Main Gallery, Lines of Beauty: Master Drawings from Chatsworth presents over 60 works of Old Master Drawings from the Devonshire Collections and In the Upper Gallery, newly-opened The Ingram Collection: Art For Your World highlights artists and artworks that explore the current climate crisis.

For more information on this exciting half term programme, please visit The Lightbox website