Marbling Silk Scarves Workshop

The European traditional art of marbling is called Ebru. You will practise a few different marbling styles then make a silk scarf with your favourite design.

All materials and refreshments included

Working with Silk Fibres – Traenerhus

Ever wondered what silk fibres are and what you can do with them? Well, now’s your chance! We’ll go through the process step by step of turning silk fibres into fabric and create your own original art pieces to frame or use for other crafts such as card making and patchwork.

All materials and light refreshments provided.

Kneading Dough: Discussing Anxiety

Make your own simple vegan flatbread in the gallery with FoodSketz artists Alison Clare and Cat Smith.

Accessible or Relaxed Event (e.g. suitable for audiences sensitive to loud noises)

Make Your Own Plants

This workshop will introduce the joys of the end of the summer garden as the growing period starts to wind down into the sleepy haze of autumn. Taking advantage of one of the best times of the year for plant propagation.

Join artist and gardener Bella Milroy in exploring different propagation methods such as cuttings and autumnal seed sewing, as well as plant division and seed collection.

It will be a hands-on approach to the wonders of the late summer garden, familiarising you to the sights, scents and propagation potential of the garden at this time of year and making the most of the beauty of this period.

Accessible or Relaxed Event (e.g. suitable for audiences sensitive to loud noises)

Image: Plant workshop in Liverpool run by Bella Milroy. Image by Sean Roy Parker

Permaculture Workshop

Join artist and grower Andrea Ku to learn about permaculture; how crops and wildlife can live in harmony, and growing food crops in suboptimal conditions, such as sandy soil, low light or little space.

Accessible or Relaxed Event (e.g. suitable for audiences sensitive to loud noises)

Image: © Leo-Francis

Glossary Review

Join ROOT-ed zine founders and editors Amber Akaunu and Fauziya Johnson for a workshop on the language we use in art and politics.

Using Jade Montserrat’s glossary of terms in Instituting Care and through open discussion, this session will delve into the meanings of terms such as ‘decolonisation’, ‘othering’, ‘privilege’ and suggest other terms which might be useful when discussing ideas of class, race, gender, disability and care.

This is the second glossary review, the first took place in Liverpool during the first iteration of Instituting Care.

Image: Instituting Care by Jade Montserrat

Yes, Bodies

YES, BODIES is a solo and collective choreography workshop facilitated by GUSH that reconsiders our experiences of touch. Through a mixture of text discussion, movement, recordings and the creation of talking-movement scores this session aims to catalogue moments of ‘EPIC touch’ with bodies and indulge in their absence.

This workshop is open to people who identify as women with any kind of movement experience, YES, BODIES is about how you choose to move and how you feel comfortable.

Please contact getinvolved@absolutelycultured.co.uk with any accessibility requirements and we will support you in any way possible.

Accessible or Relaxed Event (e.g. suitable for audiences sensitive to loud noises)

Image: Created by Amy Lawrence, 2018

Recipe Comic Making

Record your experiments in cookery and art by making your own ‘recipe comic’ in this workshop run by FoodSketz artists Alison Clare and Cat Smith.

Credit image to FoodSketz

Preserving Your Surplus

“The People’s Picklery” is a 1-day only open-access community-run production line, turning found, foraged, surplus and donated produce into batches of healthy pickles, sauerkraut, kimchi and more.

Led by artist and social environmentalist Sean Roy Parker this workshop demonstrates how cheap, easy and nutritious these traditional forms of preservation are whilst empowering you with the knowledge you need to create food at home rather than buying from the supermarket.

12-1pm Quiet Hour & Accessible
1-4pm Open to all

Lactofermenting Workshop at Bloc Projects, Sheffield. Image by James Clarkson

Music Box Fun Family Workshop

Join musicians from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and East Riding Music Hub for a fun, family workshop devising brand new pieces of music on the theme of ‘Outer Space.

A fun, family workshop with musicians from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and East Riding Music Hub giving participants the chance to try out instruments, meet members of the orchestra and create their very own pieces of music on the theme of “Outer Space”. In preparation for the RPO’s family concert “It came from Outer Space” at Bridlington Spa the following day this short workshop will give participants the chance to try out instruments, meet members of the orchestra and create their very own pieces of music.

No prior musical experience is required and instruments will be provided, but participants already playing an instrument are invited to bring these along.
Recommended for ages eight years and over and their families.
Tickets £3 per person

Summer Scream

Over the week you will develop a plot with a theatre director, create interesting characters which will result in a performance for parents and friends at the end of the week where our case will be solved.

The project takes place Monday 5th August to Friday 9th August 2019 9am – 3.30pm every day at Hull Truck Theatre. Cost for the week is £55 per participant. This project is for any young person aged 11 -16. Participants will need to bring a packed lunch and water bottle each day.

If you have any questions please contact our Creative Learning team on engagement@hulltruck.co.uk or call us on

01482 488209

Hull Truck Theatre External

Secret Agent Academy

Hello Secret Agent,

Your mission if you choose to accept it is:

Spend a week at the Hull Truck Theatre working with our Secret Agent Team
Be part of an exciting summer spy adventure
Create secret identities
Follow suspects
Decipher codes
Take part in activities and workshops
This message will self-destruct in ten, nine, eight…

The adventure takes place Monday 5th August to Friday 9th August 2019 9am – 3.30pm every day at Hull Truck Theatre.

Cost for the week is £55 per participant. This project is for any child aged 7 to 11.

Children will need to be dropped off and collected each day by an adult in our main foyer. Please arrive 10 minutes early on the first day so that we can fill in emergency information and contact forms. Spies will need to bring a packed lunch and water bottle each day.

If you have any questions please contact our Creative Learning team on engagement@hulltruck.co.uk or call us on 01482 488209

SAMSUNG BRINGS A NEW PERSPECTIVE TO HULL WITH PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS

Samsung is collaborating with leading photography collective, UK Shooters, to host free walking photography tours in Hull on Saturday 15th June.

This will be ninth in a series of ten local workshops which Samsung is hosting across the nation this summer, powered by the new Galaxy S10 and captured on its epic camera.

Each event will explore different interests, with this workshop focusing on photography skills.

Guests attending the workshop can expect:
• Welcome refreshments
• A walking tour of Hull’s most picturesque spots
• Professional photography tips and tricks from UK Shooters
• Instaworthy cityscape content with the Galaxy S10

The Galaxy S10’s Ultra-Wide Lens (a first for the S Series) offers a 123-degree field of view – perfect for capturing the city’s beauty.

Classes will be running throughout the day with Thieving Harry’s as the meeting spot in Hull and booking is essential. Those wishing to secure a space simply need to fill out their details via the online booking page: https://www.samsung.com/uk/smartphones/galaxy-s10/explore/hull/

#withGalaxy

Image credited to UK Shooters

Wild Art for Children

Get creative with the world’s animals, plants and landscapes. With artist Claire West, design and make Wildlife artworks that make us think! Dress for mess.

For children aged 5 and upwards. Children under 8 must come with an adult. Accompanying adult free.

£7 per child + 10% booking fee

Hull and East Riding Museum

Potty about Archaeology

Discover pottery through the ages at Hull and East Riding Museum. Explore all things ceramic with live historic pottery demonstrations showing you how people made pots in the past.

Get hands-on and have a go yourself, crafting out of clay. Then explore the museum, touching pottery from the past at an object handling station or discovering more with pottery inspired activities.

Explore our amazing collections, from the dinosaurs until the English Civil War. Wander through an Iron Age village, peruse Roman shops and nosey round a Medieval kitchen.

Come and get potty about archaeology at this fabulous free event!