Stevenage Museum Events

PUBLISHED: 12:22 27 January 2006 | UPDATED: 09:32 06 May 2010

Main Exhibitions, Body Art – The human canvas, January 28 – July 2 explore the rich variety of ways that human beings decorate their bodies - the who, how and why. From make-up and hair styles to body shaping, tattooing and piercing. Hear local people

Main Exhibitions, Body Art - The human canvas, January 28 - July 2 explore the rich variety of ways that human beings decorate their bodies - the who, how and why. From make-up and hair styles to body shaping, tattooing and piercing. Hear local people talking about their style and see examples of beautiful body art and accessories from around the world. Small Exhibitions -Kadoma January 7 - February 19. Find out about Stevenage's links with its twin town Kadoma and admire some of the arts and crafts Zimbabwe is famous for. The changing face of the High Street: Weekend events, Chinese New Year Celebrations Saturday from noon - 4pm. Join in our Chinese themed arts and crafts. Make paper lanterns, lucky red envelopes, banners and little dragons or make your own section of our big dragon and join in the parade. 2pm Dragon Parade - Adults must accompany children. Free, just drop in. Grimm Tales Saturday, February 4 National story telling week - Stories for all the family by our fantastic storyteller. Come along to join in the laughter as the Brother Grimm's characters come alive and go on some wild adventures 1pm - Rapunzel. 2pm - Rumpelstiltskin. 3pm - Hansel and Gretel. Cost: £2 (£1 conc.) per story. Numbers are limited, so please book in advance. Under 5s, Mondays 1.30-2.30pm, do you look after young children? Join us for storytime, activities and a snack. February 6 Hand-print Art.


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