Northern Knap In
|Dates:||19 November 2014|
|Times:||10:00 - 16:00|
|What is it:||Workshop|
|How much:||Book online opposite (maximum 65 places), £10, £8 concession, adults|
|Who is it for:||Adults, Current University students, General public, University staff|
Wed 19 Nov, 10am-4pm.
How were stone tools made? What is experimental archaeology? This one-day event, organised by archaeology postgraduate research students from the University of Manchester and elsewhere (in conjunction with the Manchester Museum and the Lithics Studies Society), will include flint knapping demonstrations by professional knapper, Karl Lee, as well as a variety of hands-on workshops. In the workshops participants will be encouraged to investigate first-hand the interaction between people and materials through the processes of working stone by knapping and grinding. Come and discover a world of making stone axes, arrowheads and more! Suitable for all skill levels.
Price: Book online opposite (maximum 65 places), £10, £8 concession, adults
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