During May half term come to Manchester Art Gallery to find out about how you and your family can help in the fight to stop climate breakdown.
Manchester Art Gallery
Tuesday 28 May 2019, 1pm–3pm
Carnival of Creatures – Family protest
Join Rising Up Manchester Families and other environmental and community groups at the Carnival of Creatures on 1 June to raise awareness of the loss of wildlife and the need to protect it. With costume, music and circus we will take to the street in a riot of colour to make our message heard. Let’s love nature, not lose it!
Creative free family sessions
Artists Carly Bainbridge and Jayson Gylen will be on hand to help you make a parade-worthy prop that can be used at the Carnival of Creatures parade or can be used at the next Climate Change protest or just taken home to display.
A climate change scientist will be joining us to answer your questions about climate change.
Free, drop in.
29, 30, 31 May – making at Manchester Art Gallery – 1–3 pm
1st June – Carnival of Creatures Parade at Manchester Museum, 11am–3pm
Sessions at other venues
Hulme Community Garden Centre Monday 27 and Wednesday 29 May 12-3pm
Come and make a fabulous headpiece for the Carnival of Creatures from recycled and natural materials.
Hulme Community Garden Centre / 28 Old Birley St / Manchester / M15 5RG
People’s History Museum Wednesday 29May 1-3pm
Join artist-led session to make beautiful things for the ‘Carnival of Creatures’ using fabric pens and patch making techniques.
People’s History Museum / Left Bank / Spinningfields / Manchester / M3 3ER
Manchester Museum Saturday 1 June 11-12:45
It’s a jam-packed session with nature, art, face painting, a chance to make wings to wear in the Carnival of Creatures, storytelling and play. Plus come and meet Rising Up! Manchester Families.
Manchester Museum / The University of Manchester / Oxford Road / Manchester / M13 9PL
Image by Rosie Yohannan