‘Get Creative’ is a scheme celebrating arts, culture and creativity across the country. The BBC has teamed up with a variety of organisations, attempting to make getting creative easy and enjoyable. This Saturday (2nd April) to can get creative at Aspex Gallery.
Throughout the day, the Aspex team will be delivering a variety of imaginative activities responding to their Main Space exhibition ‘Waldeinseimkeit’ by Malene Hartmann Rasmussen. Families will be challenged to create a story for Aspex’s Twitter in 140 characters or less, using Malene’s woodland-inspired ceramics and artwork as inspiration. They will also put their photography skills to test, taking over Aspex’s Instagram, capturing the work from a new perspective.
Aspex aims to reach the wider community through a programme of engaging, participatory events. It is part of several free workshops hosted by the gallery, preceding the launch of ‘Family Saturday’s’ in mid-June.
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Photo by Megan Humphries.