Visit our Creative Space to experiment, learn and play, every day. At weekends between 12-4pm, members of our friendly team are here to help you create your own artworks.
Entry to the Creative Space is free and open to all.
Play with a sensory tool kit inspired by Johanna Unzueta’s exhibition.
Use a giant spirograph to make geometric patterns.
And move your body to connect with nature!
Discover a changing display of our ongoing project How Nature Builds.
How Nature Builds offers creative explorations of nature, material processes and art.
This spring, participants will explore the relationship between human bodies and nature, from outside to inside and the flows between, as well as material processes and bodily transformation.
Don’t miss: Sound Club
Saturday 29 February, 11am-12pm and 1-2pm
What is sound? How does it work?
Local sound artists from the Sonic Art Research Unit at Oxford Brookes University take you on a sonic journey in the Creative Space.
Using everyday objects, explore the many ways the world can open up through listening and playing with sound.
For ages 8-11 and their grown ups.
Find out more and book tickets here.
Want to explore more?
Pick up an activity sheet full of fun and informative activities for children and families linked to our current exhibition. Just ask at the Information Desk or Shop.
Don’t forget to share your moments in the Creative Space with us #learnatMAO