Part of Michelangelo: A Different View Exhibition
A free Michelangelo-inspired national “Big Draw” event, exploring different ways of making art and using hands as inspiration.
Come and join us for our Michelangelo-inspired ‘Big Draw’ event!
Explore different ways of making art with your hands as inspiration. From fingerprints to drawings, to collotype prints, there will be something for everybody to have a go at!
When you have made your work of art, you can add this to our collaborative artwork, take it away as it is or work with your friends/family to combine your creations onto one collaged ‘family portrait’ to put on your wall at home! Free, fun, all ages, no experience needed!
Funded by Arts Council England
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This is a free event
Suitable for ages:
Our Big Picture
Family Friendly Facilities: We have an under 3 play zone that is always
available, but parents must supervise their own children.
Due to being located in a city centre, we do not have any parking available on
site however, we are within several options for parking. The nearest is King
William Multi-storey (HU1 1RS) which is 50m from the Minster. Other options
include Zebedees Yard (HU1 2JN) or Fruit Market (HU1 1UU). All of these are
charged by the hour or have a day rate. Other options are available by
following signs to city centre parking.
The Minster is accessible throughout for pushchairs and prams and there is a Unisex baby
changing facility inside the disabled toilet near Minster Kitchen.
The church building is accessible
throughout for users of wheelchairs and mobility scooters.
A small number of dedicated disability bays on the South side of the church
with a multi- storey car park, King William Multi storey (HU1 1RS) which is 50m
from the Minster. Other options include Zebedees Yard (HU1 2JN) or Fruit
Market (HU1 1UU). All of these provide disabled spaces and are charged by the
hour or have a day rate.
Ambulant cubicles and accessible toilet in church, with four ‘Changing Places’
toilets available nearby, including one in Trinity Market (less than 50m from
A Sensory Gazebo is available in church which includes toys, lights, cushion/
crash mats and books.
Buses run regularly into the city centre with most stopping either outside
Queen's Garden (10-minute walk) or St Stephen's Shopping Centre (15-20-minute
Park & Ride is available from Priory Park just off the A63 and has free
parking all day. Buses run every 10 minutes into the city centre and stop on
Alfred Gelder Street (Guildhall) which is a 5-minute walk to the Minster.