You can see all our free youth arts workshops taking place on a floating barge later this August which are based at Brighton Marina by following the link below.
All sessions are FREE, but booking necessary due to numbers.
Ages 7-14 welcome, with or without parents & carers.
Only 5 free tickets left for our free youth arts Fishing Fun workshop taking place at The Barge based in Brighton Marina on Monday 28th August at 10.30am.
We’ll be making our own magnetic fish and fishing poles to take away with you!
There is still space on the afternoon session which is the same and starts at 2.30pm.
Book your free place now!
Activities all take place on a floating barge in Brighton Marina.
Booking links here – welcome to book up to four spaces per workshop per family:
There is also space on the free afternoon Fishing Fun workshops, booking link here:
Experienced mosaic artist Nicola Benge will be delivering these free workshops on Marine Mosaics during Strike a Light – Arts & Heritage summer youth arts residency at The Barge based at Brighton Marina.
Come join in and make a mosaic to take home with a marine theme.
There are four workshops on 29th August 10.30am and 2.30pm and again on Friday 1st September 10.30am and 2.30pm.
All children and young people welcome aged 7-14.
These sessions all take place on a large floating Barge based on the Waterfront, Brighton Marina, Brighton BN2 5UP.
To book, follow these links for each workshop, for up to four children per workshop:
Marine Magic & Seaside Seashore Sessions
Looking for something creative for kids (ages 7-14) to do this summer holidays?
We’ll be hosting four different workshops with different artists every day from Monday 28th August – Friday 1st September. Other workshops run all summer too!
A week of free drop in activities to encourage the exploration of and participation in the barge as a medium for fishing and seaside lore.
We will deliver a multidisciplinary drop in programme of: Paper plate pirates, Fabric Fishes, Seaside Shanties, Pirate Puppets, Crustacean Collage, Marine Mosaics, Fishing Fun, Fishy Tales, and Underwater Odyssies.
Funded by The Goodall Foundation
Are you puppet curious? Come and learn some secrets of puppet making!
Bring some ideas and Fran Malone of award – winning company Herringbone Arts will show you how to make your own beautiful minature puppets and help and guide you through making your own short show – with a special showing at the end for friends and family.. Expect doors to be opened into the world of puppetry!
This course will run for four/five weeks on the following dates and times:
Sunday 13th August
Sunday 20th August
Sunday 27th August
Sunday 3rd September
Each session is two hours long – from 1.30 – 3.30.
There will be an extra session for a special showing of work at the end. This session will be at an agreed time and venue.
The cost of these five sessions is £90.00 including materials.
Fran will provide puppet making materials – sculpting medium, tools and adhesives etc. If you would like to make your puppet show in a self – contained box, vintage hat box, suitcase or trunk then please provide one and Fran can show you how to convert it- but this is not essential-
Tea, coffee and snacks provided by Fran – who will also be available for advice in – between the sessions.
Please note: On this course there will be some working at home needed in – between the sessions!
Ticket link here- Early bird and student discount available!