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Minerals, pigments and William Smith

Date:
10 October 2015
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Event type:
Workshop, Social Event
Organised by:
Earth Science Week 2015, Sedgwick Museum, William Smith Bicentenary
Venue:
Brighton Building, Madingley Rise, Madingley Road, Cambridge
Event status:
EVENT CLOSED

In 1815 William Smith published the first edition of his Geological Map of England and Wales. As well as providing and understanding of the ground beneath our feet and giving birth to a new branch of Geology (stratigraphy), the map is a beautiful work of art.

From Palaeolithic times until the 1800s artists used natural minerals as pigments for paints. Join us at the Brighton Building to learn which minerals were used, have a go at mixing your own paint from mineral pigments and colour your own geological map of England and Wales.


Booking essential via Eventbrite

Event Details:

Time: 10.00-12.00 and 14.00-16.00

Cost: Free.

Book online at www.minerals-pigments-and-william-smith.eventbrite.co.uk

8+ children must be accompanied by an adult


Earth Science Week - 13-19 October 2014         William Smith Bicentenary

Find out more: Earth Science Week | William Smith Map Bicentenary