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Recycled Postcards with Hana Ayoob - 20 October - 20 October 2021

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This is a fun, interactive making session led by Hana Ayoob, illustrator and science communicator, open to all King's students.

Grab some cardboard and other bits and pieces from your recycling and get ready to turn them into something beautiful to send to someone special. We’ll explore collaging techniques, looking at different ways to combine pattern, colour and texture to create simple and beautiful designs.

Essential materials: scissors, glue/tape, recycled materials including at least one piece of card e.g. the side of a cereal box

Other useful materials: pens, pencils, paints, magazines anything you can make a mark with or stick on to a postcard.

Type of interaction: This workshop will be predominantly "follow along". There will be an opportunity to share but this will be optional, and cameras and mics will not be required.

Recording: This session will be recorded to form part of a video archive of creative activities, however this will be edited to remove all participant's contributions.

Artist bio:

Hana Ayoob is a freelance creative producer of science events, a trainer, a science communicator, an artist, a comedian, and part of the highly successful podcast Why Aren’t You A Doctor Yet?

She is passionate about science and getting more diverse voices heard in science and science communication.

www.hanaayoob.co.uk / Twitter: @HanaAyoob / Instagram: @Hana.Ayoob

 

This session will be delivered online via Zoom – sign up here to get the link.

 

This workshop is part of King’s At Home in Cultural London programme, which features video content, workshops, things to do in London and opportunities to connect with other students and explore the city. Enrol on KEATS to fully explore this free programme open to all King’s students.

Part of King’s Refreshers programme - Culture & Our Community


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20 October 2021

culture@kcl.ac.uk