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Prepare yourself (and your bike!) for the first Longbridge Light Festival, set to take place in the new town centre tomorrow (Saturday 25th October), by attending one of these workshops this evening. 

Workshops Friday 24th October 2014

Dress Your Bike Workshop
Time: Friday 6pm – 8pm
Location: Bournville College Reception, ‘The Street’
Prepare for the River Rea cycle route by lighting and dressing up your bike using inventive methods and materials. In partnership with Bournville College Art and Design students and Bike man Dan.

Sci-Fi Costume Making Workshop
Artist: Ross Whatmore
Time: Friday 6pm – 8pm
Location: Bournville College Reception, ‘The Street’
Design and make your own luminous sci-fi themed costume in fifteen minutes! In partnership with Bournville College Art and Design students.

Homemade Science Fiction Effects Workshop
Artist: WERK
Time: Friday 6pm – 8pm
Location: Bournville College Reception, ‘The Street’
Create your own lo-fi science fiction effects using simple materials and tools. This workshop involves drawing and painting onto plastic OHP sheets. Project them onto buildings in the new town centre on the Saturday night!

Utopian Hats, Jewellery and Accessories – Aladdin Sainsbury’s
Artist: Robert Grose
Time: Friday 6pm – 8pm
Location: Bournville College Reception, ‘The Street’
This workshop will involve making hats, jewellery and accessories from recycled materials to go with your sci-fi costume.

Unidentified Flying Object Lanterns Workshop
Artist: Beth Fisher
Time: Friday 6pm – 8pm, Saturday 6pm – 9pm
Location: Bournville College Reception, ‘The Street’
Construct a UFO Lantern from recycling and upcycling old materials. Carry it around the festival and take it home to use again. Note: takes between 30 − 45 minutes to create. Please bring along a clean jar.

Click here for the full programme for Saturday 25th October

1 COMMENT

  1. How much was the project? Racheal stated £400,000 was it really. Also where did the number 7000 people at 8 o’clock it was less than 1,000. Yes they were nice but nothing spectacular. Surely having Christmas lights instead would have cost less lasted longer. Not impressed at all

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