Come along to make your own clay sculpture – with a twist!
Weathering Earth is a participatory art installation, from artist Nicole Manley, which looks to create clay sculptures in relation to climate change.

We’ll provide all materials, you’ll learn a bit about the impact of climate change and weathering, then make a sculpture of anything that inspires you! The sculptures won’t be fired (i.e. put in a kiln) but instead will be put outside to be weathered – you’ll be amazed by how much they will change!
 
FREE of charge – you can come along any time between 10.30 and 3pm to make a sculpture and visit our exhibition, Climate Change & Carbon Conflict!  Suitable for ALL AGES!
All the sculptures will go through the weathering process and then be added to hundreds of other sculptures in our Weathering Earth installation within the Museum.
 
For more information please email us: education@nationalminingmuseum.com
 
Why not also visit the Museum itself that day – especially with our 50% discount on all tickets! You must book your tickets in advance to visit the Museum for this offer via our website here –https://nationalminingmuseum.com/admission-prices/
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