A Window to the Future

Part of Education and Engagement Workshop Running from
Last event: Saturday 8 August at 3pm
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What is the purpose in having windows in our house? To provide the spaces with natural light, for air circulation, but also to give people inside an orientation on the world outside, daytime, weather, view of the surroundings etc.
Look outside your window, what do you see?

Materials required: A window, paper and pens/markers/paint/crayons

This workshop will take place on Zoom – click here to join.
Meeting ID: 386 199 8813

Password: 6X2qyh

 

Certificate:

6+

Duration

Approx 60 mins

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