Online workshops for 11 - 16 year olds with Leap Then Look
Please note: this workshop is an online event - the workshop leaders will be in the venue, but participants will taking part remotely via Zoom.
Part of Brighton Festival 2021
Interactive online workshops with innovative art educators Leap Then Look responding to Semiconductor’s HALO. Young people are invited to experiment with sound and object making, using household objects as materials to explore the way that HALO translates scientific data.
For secondary school aged children (11 - 16 years old).
If you have access requirements, you can indicate this during the ticket booking process, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Online Code of Conduct
Adults must log on to Zoom with their camera / video enabled and stay in the room with their children for the duration of the workshop for safeguarding and health and safety reasons (eg supervising safe scissor use).
There is a full code of conduct for online events that can be downloaded as a PDF from this webpage - we ask that you read this before booking tickets - you will be asked to confirm that you have done so as part of the online booking process.
Recording of Workshops
Lighthouse will record the workshop for safeguarding reasons, the recording will be stored securely and will not be used for anything other than a record of the event.
The HALO events programme is produced by Lighthouse and part of Re-Imagine Europe, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union and supported by Arts Council England.
HALO by Semiconductor is at Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts as part of Brighton Festival
Wednesday 19 May 2021 - Friday 4 June 2021
Installation open Wednesday - Sunday, 12pm - 8pm
(additionally open Bank Holiday Monday 31 May 2021)
Dates & Times
Saturday 22 May, 202110:00am – 10:45am , 11:15am – 12:00pm
Only one ticket required per household