Come and join in with Lyme Regis based artist Darrell Wakelam as he explores ‘Fossil Fish’ creating large scale 3D sculptures that anyone can turn up and help to build. Simple cutting, sticking and painting fun that is suitable for all ages @ The Philpot Museum on the Saturday and Sunday of the Festival.
Come and see art work from Fossil Festival. Open all weekend with free entry Exhibitions of Art created for the festival will be exhibited in the Mill Gallery, the Malt House, the Marine Theatre and the Hub café.
Join Sarah Thomas at The Hub to make our Fossil Festival banners. These will be used around town during the festival. Cost £5 per person Recommended age 6+ Date Saturday 2nd March 2019 Times 10am until 3pm Book online or in person at The Hub Only 20 places available.
Join Darrell Wakelam at The Hub to create prehistoric fish headdresses which will be used in the illuminated lantern parade on Friday May 3rd. Saturday 16th March: from 10am – 3pm Book online or in person at The Hub Recommended age is 8 upwards. Families welcome. Cost £8 per person Limited to 20 people per […]
Join Alison Bowskill at The Hub to create Styrofoam and card prints on the theme of Fossils and Geological maps. These will be displayed at the Art Gallery during the festival itself. Two sessions are available on Saturday 2nd February: from 10am – 12.30pm and from 1.30pm – 4pm Book online or in person at […]
Join Sarah Butterworth at The Hub to make your very own Ichthyosaur lantern. These will be used in an illuminated parade along the seafront at 9pm on Friday 3rd May to launch the Fossil Festival. Cost £8 per person Recommended age 11+ due to use of tools Date Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th January 2019 […]
An Ediacaran Odyssey: The Dawn of Animal Life? Today, animals rule the land, seas and skies, but where did this remarkable biodiversity come from? The first communities of large, complex organisms appeared in the deep oceans over 570 million years ago. These strange and unfamiliar fossils, best known from the Mistaken Point UNESCO World Heritage […]