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Maggie's x Baltic Clay Workshop

Fridays: 19 April & 17 May | 1pm-3pm | Booking essential

Make and decorate a clay trinket dish with Baltic artist Megan Randall in a mindful workshop for anyone affected by cancer, including family and friends.

 

Hand crafted trinket dish with text reading Memory
Trinket Dish

Maggie's x Baltic Clay Workshops 


Friday 19 April | 1pm - 3pm 
Friday 17 May | 1pm - 3pm

 

Make and decorate a clay trinket dish with Baltic artist Megan Randall. A mindful, making workshop for anyone affected by cancer, including family and friends. 

To book and take part in this event please call Maggie’s on 0191 233 6600.

Please note you only need to take part in one session to complete making the clay trinket dish. The same sessions repeats on 3 different dates to give more people a chance to take part. 
 

  • No experience or skill level required
  • All materials and equipment will be provided
  • Complimentary refreshments provided
  • Please advise of any dietary requirements or allergies when calling to book.
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About Maggie’s X Baltic
 

Maggie’s and Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead have teamed up to provide new event experiences and therapeutic art therapy workshops for people with cancer, or families affected by cancer.

 

Free cancer support
 

If you or someone you know has cancer, Maggie’s can help.  Simply walk-in to the purpose-built centre in the grounds of the Freeman Hospital for immediate help and advice. Or call the team on 0191 233 6600.

maggies.org/newcastle

 

Event Accessibility

We want our events to be inclusive and accessible. If you have any access requirements or questions, please contact myexperience@balticmill.com

Ahead of your visit, you can find out about Baltic's facilities and accessibility here.

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