Arnolfini invites you to join Liz Clarke & Company for this anarchic workshop with your family.
Banish the Beigester (or smash the patriarchy) with us!
"I am really inspired as a mother of two boys. We're going home to dance with a glitter cannon" Workshop participant
Celebrating all our identities and inspired by the narrative of our mother & son performance collaboration I'm Bitter About Glitter, a show for anyone who has ever been small with big questions & a big imagination, or whose family doesn’t quite fit inside the box- we will create magical lands and think big thoughts.
We will use props, found poetry, sound and most importantly - your ideas - to discover our inner glitter gods and give them a chance to shine.
Following our short documentary about the making of I'm Bitter About Glitter, we will nourish conversation around finding the strength to be ourselves; and what to do when the world seems a positively un-glittery place. We will finish with a joyous and riotous finale, with a few hidden surprises to take forward into our daily lives.
"An inspiration for us all to be more brave"
Recommended for children aged 8+ and their families. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
This is a space that welcomes all families, and is a fantastic introduction to the themes of Still I Rise.
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There is wheelchair access throughout the building. We can provide backed seating. We have accessible and gender neutral toilets, baby changing facilities and a buggy park.
The nearest parking spaces for blue badge parking is at the Grove car park.
This event is Fantastic for Families. Our Galleries are family friendly and we encourage families to investigate our exhibitions together. There will be Family Activity Packs available in our gallery spaces.
Description of the image at the top of the page: A child wearing a gold costume with sparkles holds up a toy cat wrapped in glittery blue and red fabric.