Workshops with Juneau Projects

September–December 2020

We have some fantastic opportunities to be involved in our project with Juneau Projects over the next couple of months. Please keep scrolling to find out how to book and take part.

We are committed to working with our artists and communities in continuing to provide opportunities for creativity during these challenging times.

Find out more about our safety measures here.

Photography by Cat Lane

Saturday 7 November 2020
DIY Signmaking
12.30–1.30pm and 2.30–4.00pm

All ages, suitable for any level of experience.
Booking per person

You will be encouraged to work with a range of materials to make signs for and about the park that we can photograph in situ in the park. You can also paint and decorate a lasercut sign made by Juneau that you can take home with you.

Photography by Cat Lane

Saturday 5 December 2020
Plant Holder Workshop
12.30–1.30pm and 2.30–4.00pm

All 16+, suitable for any level of experience.
Booking per person

You will make two ceramic plant holders. The holders will then be fired and glazed – we will keep one to use as part of an artwork for the park and you’ll be able to collect one to take home!

Photography by Cat Lane

Saturday 30 January 2020
Building a Sculpture
12.30–1.30pm and 2.30–4.00pm

All ages, suitable for any level of experience

You will be invited to help build elements of a public sculpture, contributing to a larger artwork by making smaller artworks.

Great Linford Ecology Project
From September, Juneau Projects will be working with local groups and organisations in Milton Keynes in creating temporary public art works and resources for and about Great Linford Manor Park. Contributors will be invited to bring elements of their lives and identities to be shared.

Supported with funding from Arts Council England

Juneau Projects was formed in 2001 by Philip Duckworth and Ben Sadler. They work across a broad range of media including painting, sculpture, performance, music and installation. Much of their work is made in collaboration with other people and focuses on the relationship between society, culture and the natural world. They are interested in how nature is perceived through the lens of technology, folk art and other forms of cultural mediation.

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