The 8th annual LLL Festival features a host of free events and activities to interest, entertain, and engage people of all ages!
The Hunt Museum will be offering host to a wide range of activities.
Please contact the education department to book a place, everything is free, but limited spaces are available.
Full schedule below!
Tuesday – Digital Awareness Lecture w/ Karen Sugrue from LIT
1:30 – 2:30pm
A Workshop for anyone who finds the ever changing avenues of social media interesting or intimidating.
Communication through these channels can sometimes be a challenge for young and older generations.
In the talk you’ll discuss how embedded digital media has become in our lives and the language associated with it.
How to cope, evolve, and keep yourself and other safe and healthy while using it.
Given by: Karen Sugrue, Lecturer from LIT Applied Social Science Dept.
Friday – 800 Years of Fashion Drop-in Sessions
11am – 1pm
Let us take you on a journey of time travel and discovery during which you will see the ever changing and evolving fashions of centuries passed.
Only the afternoon session is open for bookings:
1.00 – 2.00pm
Saturday – Adult Fashion Workshop ‘Junk Couture’ in conjunction with ‘Unwrapped’
10 am to 1 pm
We will be running an Adult Workshop ‘Junk Couture’ in conjunction with ‘Unwrapped’.
In this workshop we are going to look at some of the traditional techniques and materials used in Sybil Connolly’s work and see how we can take advantage of current and upcoming technologies available.
We’ll look to develop positive solutions to contemporary issues such as climate change, pollution and excessive consumption, and create some future fashion.
Facilitated by: Ruth Duignan, Assistant Lecturer, LASD and Design at LIT.