Taking the Biscuit – Family Workshop

Custard cream, digestive, shortbread or bourbon - How do your biscuit preferences represent your identity and what type of biscuit would you reinvent yourself as?

Join us as we explore the theme of identity around a place by looking further into the name of our studio home 'The Biscuit Factory' and think about how the history of a place alongside the people who live, work and play there make up it's identity.

In this free family workshop join the make:good team to think about identity and how we experience the local area. Experiment with some crafting and get stuck in with making unique identity creations to take home.

This drop-in session will be two hours long, starting at 10am. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

During this week there will also be an exhibition of projects by make:good, an architecture and design studio involving people in shaping neighbourhood change, showing examples of how different communities relate and explore the theme of identity to influence their spaces and places at a time where the speed of change can feel really overwhelming.


Organiser

make:good

Website: make-good.com

Twitter: @wemakegood

Instagram: @wemakegood

June 1, 2018

10:00 - 12:00

Admission: FREE

Tickets/Booking: hello@make-good.com


Image: Workers at Peek Freans, London, 1933 by E.O. Hoppé

Venue


Shortwave Cafe - Gallery

Biscuit Factory 100 Clements Rd London SE16 4DG

0203 735 7629