The Human Aqurium Workshops

Plastic-Free Film Workshop (Thursday 21st Feb 2-3pm)

Family Friendly - all ages welcome

Join Plastic-Free Me and freelance film maker James Bell to learn about how to effectively create a short film about conservation. You will have the opportunity to learn about framing and technical requirements behind the camera and how to come across persuasively in front of the camera. By the end of the workshop we will have created a film as a whole group about Leeds voice on our global plastic crisis which will be shared on social media and as a part of the Human Aquarium Exhibition. 

Plastic-Free Me Workshop (Friday 22nd Feb 2-3pm)

Family friendly - all ages welcome

In this fun, practical workshop with Plastic-Free Me you will learn the basics about our global plastics crisis, find out how to spot hidden plastics in your everyday life and explore what happens once plastic reaches the ocean. By the end of the session you will know how to make changes to your life style which are affordable, attainable and sustainable and you will be able to make your own achievable plastic-free pledges for 2019. 

To book onto the workshops we will need to collect some information. Your personal information will not be shared with any other parties, we only collect it as a requirement for funding applications and to analyse which audiences we are reaching.  


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