Families in Doncaster enjoyed being budding inventors at a series of fun-filled workshops.
The exciting workshops, which took place at The Point on South Parade, encouraged families to get creative and create their very own automata – quirky sculptures made from wire and laser cut plywood.
These welcoming and inclusive workshops, which included activities specifically designed for disabled children and their families, were inspired by the larger-than-life automata in The Point’s ‘Human Machines’ exhibition.
Assistant Director at darts (Doncaster Community Arts), Helen Jones said: “Families had great fun unleashing their creative side at our half term workshops.
“We hope families have been inspired by The 2019 Big Draw Festival and its many hands-on activities”.
The Big Draw Festival is the world’s largest drawing festival, with this year’s #DrawnToLife theme focusing on the vital role of creativity for health and wellbeing.
The Point hosts a wide range of family-friendly activities throughout the year. For all upcoming activities, visit www.thepoint.org.uk/whats-on.