Free Animal Architecture Course At The Geffrye

A project for 13 – 24 year olds.

Work with professional artists and architects from international art collective Delta Arts and the Geffrye Museum to create a temporary architectural structure inspired by natural habitat systems to be exhibited at the Geffrye Museum.

This project is for 13-24 year olds and is being held at the Geffrye Museum, Kingsland Road, London, E2 8EA. www.geffrye-museum.org.uk

This project is FREE but places are limited, to book a place or for more information please contact Gemma at the Geffrye Museum on: 020 7749 6002/ 07957 161 497 or email Gemma at: ggottelier@geffrye-museum.org.uk.

Introductory Event: Saturday 8th May: 11am-3.30pm
This one-day event is to introduce the programme, experiment with architectural designs and test out materials and concepts. Come and meet the artists and build a prototype structure. Lunch will be provided.

Short Course: Tuesday evenings 5-7pm:
11th, 18th, 25th May, 8th and 15th June followed by a one day exhibition launch event on 19th June.

Work with professional artists, ecologists and architects to design and build a temporary architectural structure. This course will look at structures in the natural world to inspire proposals for communal living environments. You will have the chance to experiment, in a supported environment, with a range of materials and drawing and construction processes, to build a temporary structure for exhibition.

Your work will be exhibited to the public at the Geffrye Museum, launched through a day event on 19th June.

A certificate of attendance will be provided at the end of the course for use in your CV. No previous experience necessary, just an enthusiasm to be part of the project.

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