Start: 29th October 2016
10:00 am
End: 29th October 2016
4:00 pm
Please note, this event has now passed

Event Venue

Hereford College of Arts, College Road Campus, Hereford, HR1 1EB

GPS: 52.0678949, -2.7066682

A day of creative fun for families

at Hereford College of Arts

Meadow Arts and Hereford College of Arts have joined forces to host a Get Creative Family Arts Festival event at Hereford College of Arts’ historic listed building, College Road Campus.

Giant Sculpture – Meet the Artist – The Big Draw – Letterpress Printing –

Fun Photo Booth – Fantasy Makeup – Make Your Own Sculpture and more!

cloud_624_matthewandrews2015_1Artist Susie MacMurray has been commissioned by Meadow Arts to create a huge immersive sculpture at Hereford College of Arts – visitors will be able to interact with ‘Blur’ by walking around and inside the sculpture.

Susie MacMurray has a reputation for poetic site-specific interventions in historic spaces; the sculpture will be the focal point for a day of creativity in the heart of Hereford as part of nationwide project, the Get Creative Family Arts Festival 2016. Families and budding artists of all ages will get a chance to talk to Susie as she builds her sculptural installation.

As well as Susie’s giant structure, the programme includes family friendly art activities – a letterpress workshop, make your own sculpture, fun photo booth, live music, fantasy makeup and The Big Draw.

Free parking and admission
Come in and join the fun – let us catch your imagination

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Curator’s Tours – 1st, 2nd & 3rd November.  Can’t make it on 29th October? Join Meadow Arts for a curator’s tour of the Blur installation, learn more about the project and how Meadow Arts works with artists in unusual venues.

Free tours take place on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd November: click here to book a place.

Fees & Tickets


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