Our current exhibition, Lesions in the Landscape, is a fascinating exploration of memory and place. We’re interested in how these themes translate into the world of Minecraft, and how data forms a huge part of the landscape around us.
In response to the exhibition, we have a series of family workshops for ages 12 and up, called Memorycraft happening throughout the autumn!
We'll be hosting innovative, interactive events in the building where you can come and experiment with Minecraft in new and interesting ways. From navigating a digital Minecraft map of St. Kilda, to using pulse sensors to generate worlds in the game, you’re sure to be inspired by new creative ways to play.
If you’re interested in being involved in this unique Minecraft experience, book your space and come and see us! It's free to come along, but we recommend booking in advance to reserve your place - hope to see you here!
Memorycraft workshops take place on Saturdays 10 October, 24 October, 7 November and 21 November. To find out more and book your place, click here. We're also pleased to be working with Cass Art, our materials sponsor for these events.