The Student Social for Living Worldstook place on 11th June 2011- the first one at Manchester Museum!

Here’s a breakdown of all the activities that took place:

6-6:45pm
Manchester School of Samba played outside the museum in the grounds by the allotment.

6-9pm:
MadLab Project-A-Sketch workshop
Madlab/Hacman brought their Project-a-Sketch and students could use it to draw reptiles and amphibians that could be found in the museum’s  vivarium.

6-9pm
BA Design for Digital media project (Janine Cheek) centred on a marketing campaign for ‘Living Worlds‘, targeted at students was profiled.

6-9pm
Origami workshops: Students from University of Salford showed students how to make origami animals/birds/reptiles.

6-9pmVisitor Services staff showed students the new Living Worlds App and how to use it in the gallery spaces.

6-9pm
Keyring making station :workshop using recycled materials and text to make keyrings.

6:30- 8pm

Vivarium tours: Zoology students gave tours of the vivarium.

6:30-8pm
Curator of Amphibians, Andrew Gray and Vivarium Assistant, Adam Bland hosted handling tables with a snake, geckos and leaf frogs.

7-7:30pm
Opera student group performed for the first time as a collective at Student Social, using the natural acoustics of the space.

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