Create Ice Age Art at The Hive

Child making a creature out of clay Published Monday, 8th April 2019

Looking for some mammoth Easter fun? The Hive is giving you the chance to create your own cave art.

A drop-in session suitable for children ages 6+ to create works of art to take home will be run during the Easter holidays.

Children will have the chance to be inspired by the history of the Ice Age in Worcestershire and learn about the animals and people who lived in the county. They can then create cave art and clay sculpture to take home, drawing inspiration from our ancient ancestors.

The event has been organised by the Archives and Archaeology Service.

Nina O'Hare, Community Archaeologist, at Worcestershire County Council said "Join us for Easter crafts with a twist! There's lots of fascinating Ice Age animals and ancient art to be inspired by, including sculptures of mammoths, rhinos and mysterious people-animal hybrids".

The drop-in session will be on Thursday 18 April 2019 10am-12pm, in the Children’s Library at The Hive.

Sessions are £3 per child

For more information email explorethepast@worcestershire.gov.uk or ring 01905 766352