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Future Past Present Interactive LEGO workshop

19 August, 11am - 4pm

  • Droichead Art Centre
  • Barlow House
  • A92CPF9
  • Co. Louth

Join Jessica Farrell, Ireland’s leading professional LEGO® Brick Artist and the Museum of Childhood Ireland, for a family workshop to explore Drogheda's built heritage.
The workshop is a fun and interactive way for families to express their wishes and views on the built heritage of Drogheda town centre.
Using an interactive, hands-on, microscale model of an area in Drogheda town centre, built entirely from LEGO bricks, with the purpose of enabling local families, young people and all, to make representation of their hopes & desires on the town’s Built Heritage.
The model functions as a colourful, 3D map, beside which the “wish lists” and other input are added. During this day-long, public event , families are invited to participate by building small scenes and ‘icons’ out of LEGO bricks to represent their commentary.
The aim of this project is to give a voice to people of the town through collaboration on visions for the town’s future while initiating inter-generational conversations through the language of LEGO bricks.
All materials are provided.
Suitable for ages 8+
Booking is highly recommended.

Supported by the Heritage Council under the Community Heritage Grant Scheme 2023

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