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statue of Ancient Greek warrior on a red background

Online Crafts Session Live from the Museum! 

Join artist Susie Olczak for an online arts and crafts workshop inspired by Ancient Greek and Roman statues. Susie will be showing you how to create art from cardboard and household materials live from the museum. 

This interactive session aimed at children of all ages will take the form of a workshop. A list of materials will be sent to all attendees in advance of the session. The artist will guide you through the activities and work with you to create amazing sculptures and shapes. 

​​​​​Perfect for families with children of all ages. 

When: Wed, 28 July 2021, 10:00 – 11:00 BST

Where: Online


A list of materials will be sent to all attendees in advance of the session. 

This event has now passed. You can create your own 3D sculpture by watching the video guiding you through the activity. 


This event is part of the Cambridge Summer with the Museums.

Wednesday, 28 July, 2021 - 10:00
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