19 May 2011

The Future of Learning week is taking over FACT’s gallery 2 as part of the Knowledge Lives Everywhere exhibition.  A week programmed by FACT’s School and Learning Coordinator, Anna Kronenburg with artist Neil Winterburn, it will run until the 24 May.

There’s something for everyone throughout the week from families to academics, you can take a look at the full listings here. On Friday night, there will be the first ever Flunconference taking place from 7.00pm featuring a videosmith, a belly dancer, a psychologist and so many others.  Then on Saturday from 12.00pm - 4.00pm, Neil will be running a “What Shape are Ideas” family workshop where plastercine and Knex can be used to build models of your ideas and memories. Then remote control blimps, movement based games and simple computer game design can be used to explore these ideas.

Booking is essential for this workshop as they will get busy so get in touch with Anna by emailing her or calling 0151 707 4417.