Friday 25 February, 1 hour sessions at 11am, 1pm and 2.30pm
£2 per child, adults go free
What would a garden look like on Mars, in a volcano or under the sea? Work with artist Pui Lee to make your own fantasy garden creations from your imagination using a range of materials. This activity is inspired by artworks in the exhibition Where There’s Space to Grow.
£2 per child, adults go free. Child and adult places must be pre-booked via our website or at the Museum Reception. Please note a 50p booking fee applies for website bookings.
Ticket holders will be required to comply with the latest government Covid-19 guidance at the time of the event and will be informed prior to the event of any additional safety procedures that are in place.
This activity is inspired by artworks in the exhibition Where There’s Space to Grow. Where There’s Space to Grow is the fifth in Sunderland Culture’s series of Arts Council Collection National Partners Programme exhibitions and is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.