Urban Naturalist: Natural twine bird houses
|Dates:||23 February 2013|
|Times:||14:00 - 16:00|
|What is it:||Workshop|
|How much:||Book on 0161 275 2648 or firstname.lastname@example.org, £3, adults|
|Who is it for:||Adults, Current University students, General public, University staff|
2-4pm. Discover the ancient technique of twine-making using natural fibres, with artist Lucy Burscough. The basis of basket-making, netting and a wide variety of crafts from many cultures, your twine can be worked up to produce a bird feeder or wren-house. This workshop runs alongside the 'Looping and Linking' installation, on display outside the Museum, which was inspired by the grass-weaving work of Scottish 'outsider artist', Angus McPhee.
Urban Naturalist is a series of friendly, practical workshops run by leading naturalists. From wild food-foraging and composting to bird song and insect identification, explore biodiversity on our doorstep.
Price: Book on 0161 275 2648 or email@example.com, £3, adults
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