Our Time on Earth Family workshop: Healing Nature
Drop-in Sessions with Relaxed Session
The workshop is a drop-in session and is free to attend.
The first hour (10.15am – 11.15am) will be a relaxed session for anyone who would benefit from a more informal approach to noise and movement in the space. This means there will be fewer people, no music and more one-to-one time with the artist.
There will be a BSL interpreter available for the whole event.
Join us for this fun, free family workshop inspired by our latest exhibition, Our Time on Earth.
Join Angela Camacho (The Bonita Chola) in this healing arts and crafts workshop grounded in her indigenous and environmentalist knowledge. Inspired by Our Time on Earth the workshop is for all the family and for all ages. Angela Camacho is an indigenous descendant, a creative, a ‘bruja’, a community organiser and an ancestor in the making.
Relaxed Session: The first hour (10.15am – 11.15am) will be a relaxed session for anyone who would benefit from a more informal approach to noise and movement in the space. This means there will be fewer people, no music and more one-to-one time with the artist.
The workshop will run on a rolling basis until 1.30pm and participants are welcome to drop-in and out as they please.
Spaces are limited and are offered on a first come first served basis. There will be a BSL interpreter available during the event.
Visiting the Our Time on Earth exhibition
Our Time on Earth is an immersive exhibition reimagining the relationship with our shared planet, perfect for older children (7+) who are curious about the climate crisis.
The exhibition is open from 10am - 8pm (last entry 7pm). Under 14s go free. You can also buy a £5 ticket for those aged 14 – 25 through Young Barbican Membership.
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