The Hampshire and Isle of Wight branch of the British Science Association has teamed up with aspex to present a series of family workshops inspired by science and nature.
ICG member, Dr Karen Masters will be on hand for this Stargazing Themed workshop on Saturday 30th Jan 2016, to provide some expert points of view.
The FREE drop-in workshops will be lead by artist Immy Smith, who is a Leverhulme Artist-in-Residence in the University of Portsmouth Brain Tumour Research Lab. You can find out more about Immy’s work on her website www.immysmith.com
Immy will host informative and fun drawing activities and games, suitable for all ages and abilities. However, parents should supervise their children during the activities and in the gallery space.
1. Saturday 28th November – lichens
2. Saturday 30th January – stargazing (with ICG support)
3 Saturday 20th February – the beauty of fractals
4. Saturday 19th March – brain tumour
Time: 2-4pm, all sessions
Venue: aspex gallery, The Vulcan Building, Portsmouth PO1 3BF
The workshops are free, no pre-registration required and people can drop-in on the day.
These events are organised by the British Science Association Hampshire and Isle of Wight branch, in association with aspex.
Here’s the link for more details: