Upcycling, also known as creative reuse, is the process of turning waste materials and old, used or unwanted products into new materials or items of better use or quality – creative upcycling!
MIDWASTE is running Creative Upcycling workshops to teach you how to get creative with old stuff and turn them into something useful and beautiful.
Creative Upcycling workshops include sculpture and other art based activities.
Creative Upcycling Workshops at The Bowerhouse Community Reuse Centre, Short Cut Road, Raleigh
Upcycled Sculpture (communal project)
At the Creative Upcycling Sculpture – communal project workshop, participants will be guided by sculptor Paul Miller to learn how to work with found materials to create a combined group sculpture. Participants will learn how to use materials and tools, and the group will jointly come up with a design and create a combined artwork/sculpture which can be displayed at The Bowerhouse.
Creative Upcycling Workshops at The Green, Tip Road, Tuncurry
Green Bikes Fix It workshop
When: Wednesday 18th April, 12 noon- 2.30pm
Where: The Green, Midge Orchid Road (Tip Road), Tuncurry
Kids welcome 11 years+
Come along to the Green Bikes Fix It workshop and learn how to conduct bike safety checks and fault finding, carry out basic bike maintenance i.e. tyres, drive train, brakes, headset, wheels, brackets, pedals and frames. Learn about safety and legal requirements and local cycling pathways. Work on your own bikes with experienced cyclists and repairers or apply practical skills to the bikes in the Green Bikes’ workshop.