For Young People

Martin Creed: Young People's Photography Workshop

Robert Parkinson, Preston is my Paris

Wednesday 17 May, 5.00 - 7.30pm

Aged 12 - 24?  Work with artist Robert Parkinson to explore digital and Polaroid photography, using Martin Creed's self-portrait as a starting point.

You can see some of Robert's work online here:

Following the workshop, join us for pizza in the cafe at 6pm. 

Martin Creed is one of the most influential and exciting artists today and was awarded the Turner Prize in 2001. He was also chosen to welcome the 2012 London Olympics with a UK-wide bell-ringing performance which encompassed Big Ben to bicycle bells.

His exhibition at the Harris Museum features an eclectic range of Creed’s sculpture, neon, painting, video, music and performance, including one of his most recognisable neon Work No. 203: EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE ALRIGHT (1999) installed on the front of the building overlooking the Market Square.

Find out more about the exhibiton ARTIST ROOMS: Martin Creed here.

Image © Robert Parkinson

When? Wednesday 17 May
Where? 2nd Floor
What time? 5.00 - 7.30pm
Age Range? 12 - 24
Cost? Free
Do I need to book? No, just drop in 

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