Open Christchurch Kids Workshop: Cardboard City Building
Let’s see what kind of cardboard city we can make together. Come and make a house or building using only cardboard, glue and a black pen! You can stack them on top of each other or join them to a friend's creations and start to make a city!
This workshop is inspired by the artwork of artists Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan who use their work to think about the challenges of moving to a new home or to an unfamiliar country.
Saturday 16 May, 1:30–4pm
Cost: Gold coin donation on arrival
(Suitable for 8-12-year-olds. Session limited to 20 people)
About the workshop facilitators:
Yvonne Hall trained in architecture before becoming a jewellery designer, maker and tutor. She has run 3-D Art classes for primary aged children for the past 11 years and is passionate about things craft!
Annabel Cropper studied fine art and later trained as an architect. When she isn’t practicing as an architect she enjoys making and designing from her shed.
This workshop is part of Open Christchurch.
About Open Christchurch:
Discover Ōtautahi Christchurch through architecture on May 15 & 16. For this weekend only, you can experience many of the city's best buildings and spaces from the inside, for free. It’s for everyone in Ōtautahi Christchurch.
For full programme, visit openchch.nz.