Explore the undersea world at the time of the Dinosaurs with Craft Academy this half term

Looking-at-FossilsLooking for something to do with the kids this this half term?  Come and join us for a morning of messy fun at Dorset County Museum’s Craft Academy on Wednesday 31 May 10.30am – 12.30pm

Due to the popular Craft Academy early this year, we will be revisiting the undersea world taking inspiration from our spotlight exhibition ‘Nautilus: Beautiful Survivor – 500 million years of evolutionary history’ based on the book by Wolfgang Grulke, which finishes end of May.  In the Victorian Hall children will have a chance to learn and create creatures that lived in the sea at the time of the Dinosaurs.

We’ll provide the materials and the inspiration – you’ll create a wonderful piece to take home with you. Even better, it’s absolutely FREE thanks to sponsorship from Battens Solicitors.

Each time you create a masterpiece at one of our sessions, we will stamp your Craft Academy passport. If you collect three stamps we’ll give you a special certificate.

The next Craft Academy sessions for 2017:

  • Wednesday 2nd August

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