DIY Wearables by Paul Clifford

Artist(s): Paul Clifford
Running Time: Sat 11 Nov, 11am-1pm (family workshop 8-12s); 3-5pm (all ages 12+)
Price: £10

About this event

Family & Adult Workshops: create a funky badge, hat, wristband or something else to wear that lights up or makes sound using the BBC Microbit and other great bits of tech.

Materials provided. Participants can take away their wearable, but not the BBC Microbit.

There are two workshops: One is a family workshop for children aged 8-12 and their families (each child must be accompanied; parents and carers are welcome to take part too but must purchase their own ticket to do so); one is an all-age workshop for anyone over the age of 13 (13-16s must be accompanied). All participants must hold a ticket and under 16s must be accompanied.

About Paul Clifford

Paul Clifford has a background in the Learning & Cultural sectors. He was Digital Learning Programmes Manager at both the British Museum and the Museum of London where he designed, developed and delivered digital learning programmes, projects and activities. He has designed and built digital/physical projects, interactive and games for galleries and exhibitions as well as running ‘design & build’ workshops for a range of audiences. Paul has a background in teaching: including Secondary and SEN education.

www.thenpaulclifford.com

This event is part of our Digital Performance Weekender

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