Join photographer Kathryn Martin to make cyanotype prints using maps, photographs, text and collected objects on paper and fabric. British wildlife has long been protected under European legislation known as ‘the Birds Directive’ and ‘the Habitats Directive’. Post Brexit the future of nature conservation law is unknown. Kathryn will work with participants to investigate some of the vulnerable animals, plants and habitats of protected sites in and around Sussex.
Note: Participants will be able to take home a printed cotton bag. Children must be accompanied.
Fishing Quarter Museum & Gallery, 205 Kings Rd, Brighton BN1 1NB
Saturday 13 October
1 – 2.30pm
Families (children age 6+)
Free, but booking is recommended. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Accessible to wheelchair users. Please notifiy us if you have access needs.