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Site Gallery Summer Camp

Wed. 21 August 2019 — Fri. 23 August 2019 at 12:30–15:30

£15

Site Gallery's Summer Camp is a three-day series of creative activities and workshops for 12-16 year olds, programmed by Sheffield-based artist Ashley Holmes.

Each day you will work alongside a different artist who specialises in either new media, performance or moving image. They will share their creative process and give you the opportunity to develop your own work and ideas.

The gallery is especially interested in hearing from young people who live outside the city centre and/or haven’t accessed the gallery before. Travel and expenses bursaries are available. Contact Site's participation team if you'd like more info.

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