Theatre of Stuff - Instagram Live workshop

Join Meadow Arts and Kay Mullett for a fun and fantastical, free workshop on our Instagram!

Theatre of Stuff - Instagram Live workshop

About this event

Starts: Saturday 1 August 2020 2:00 PM

Ends: Saturday 1 August 2020 3:00 PM

Organised by: Meadow Arts

When: Saturday 1 August, 2 - 3 pm

Where :


Join Meadow Arts and Kay Mullett for a fun and fantastical, free workshop about ‘Stuff’ inspired by artist Laura White, who created a new piece of work, White Mud, for Meadow Arts 2018-19 exhibition at Museum of Royal Worcester and Worcester Cathedral, The Precious Clay. Laura's work focuses on a negotiation with the world of the STUFF around us all.

Have fun searching your drawers, cupboards, shelves, garage, shed, kitchen, bedroom and collecting little bits of ‘stuff’ on your walks. Bring them to the workshop and Kay will help you create a fabulous small theatre from a shoebox or cereal box – you may make one scene or several scenes, tell a story or make a showcase for a few of your favourite collected items (make sure they can fit in the box you are using). In this workshop, you’ll learn new skills in modelling and paper folding.

More information:


Shoebox or cereal box

Plasticine, air drying clay, blu tack or salt dough (see recipe/link below)

Paper, white or and coloured 3-4 sheets

Magazines that you are happy to cut up

Foil wrapper



Felt tip pens

Card or Cereal box

Any other art/craft materials you would like to use; googly eyes, sequins, feathers, pipe cleaners, tissue paper, beads etc.

‘Stuff’ can be anything you find in your home or from outdoors that is a suitable size to fit on our small theatre stages

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