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Discover the materials artists use to make their work with artist Florian Roithmayr
When Jul 30, 2018
from 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Where Cast Gallery, Museum of Classical Archaeology
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Contact Phone 01223 767044
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Explore the Museum's collection and new exhibition of sculptures with Florian Roithmayr. Discover the materials that artists use to make their work in this hands-on workshop.

Age 16+. Free. Prebook.

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Find out more about Florian Roithmayr's exhibition of contemporary sculpture at the Museum of Classical Archaeology. Part of The Humility of Plaster project.

Summer Temperatures

The Museum has a glass roof and in the summer sun temperatures in the gallery can raise very high. We do all we can to open windows, but please do plan your visit accordingly and perhaps bring water, especially if you are bringing small children.

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