Think like a designer at the Art Centre
Looking for a final stamp in your Cultural Passport? The Milton Keynes Art Centre will be open from Wednesday 2nd January and they are offering special activity packs for children.
The activity packs, which will allow children to ‘think like a designer’ and make a reclaimed ceramic plate, is linked to the Arts Centre’s all linked to the Arts Centre’s Collecting Commons Community Space project.
Created by Royal College of Art MA graduate designer Milo Mcloughlin-Greening the Collecting Commons display features bespoke wooden furniture handcrafted by Milo, with help from MK College students and the Friends of Great Linford Manor Park, using wood that has been donated by residents from all over Milton Keynes.
Milton Keynes Arts Centre is one of 17 cultural venues and libraries participating in Pedalling Culture’s Cultural Passport campaign. To complete the Cultural Passport challenge, participants simply need to visit and explore FOUR of these venues,* between 1st December and Sunday 6th January 2019, receiving a stamp in their passports at each site.
All completed passports will be entered into a prize draw to win some fantastic prizes, including a £100 intu Gift Card and an electric vehicle from the EVEC Centre.