A wide range of activities are on offer for visitors to Sleaford’s National Centre for Craft and Design (NCCD) this half-term.
On Tuesday, February 16, from 10am-2pm, youngsters will have the chance to create a piece of woodland-themed furniture at a Foxy Furniture workshop. It is free to attend.
Throughout the week, visitors will be able to explore 3D printing and create their own bracelet. This is also free.
On Thursday, February 18, from 1-4pm, Australian-born exhibitor Jay Watson will run a workshop where participants will be able to create their own paper cube, made entirely from recycled newspaper. The event is open to children aged eight-plus and families and costs £15 per person. Booking is requested.
For artists, academics and educators, artist Gareth Neal will be holding a Continuing Professional Development day on Tuesday, February 16, from 11am-4pm. This will include a talk about his career, processes, materials, and research, plus a question and answer session. It costs £20 (£15 for Design Factory members). Booking is requested.
These are all in addition to the regular activities and workshops at the NCCD.
For more information or to make a booking, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01529 308710.