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Taking inspiration from the colourful and playful provocation informing this year’s Bow Open show curated by Chila Burman, Dunya will walk us through the process of how to make a simple salt dough using materials and ingredients you can find at home.
They will then encourage children to dream up and mould tiny vessels, objects, and treasures inspired by their own stories and messages they want to share, before using food colouring and a range of fun materials to personalise them and add a splash of colour!
In this workshop, children will learn how to make salt dough, mould 3D artworks, and experiment with different colours.
This workshop is going to be a messy one, so make sure you wear appropriate clothing! We will also be using plain flour to make our salt dough, so please do keep this in mind if you’re stopping by.
This event is an inclusive, friendly environment which is accessible to all abilities and age groups.
Bow Families is a series of free, drop-in family art workshops that take place on the last Sunday of every month in the Bow Arts Courtyard. These sessions are a wonderful opportunity for local families to get creative and try something new! Each session is led by a Bow Arts’ Artist and all materials are provided.
The Bow Arts Courtyard is next to the street where the Nunnery Cafe is which is great for cake after the workshop. There is also a small playground nearby.
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