Customer Updates

The fitness suite at Stewarton Sports Centre will be closed from Saturday 12th October for approx 2 weeks for facility improvements to take place. An alternative gym provision is in place and fitness classes will continue. Find out more below.

https://eastayrshireleisure.com/venue/stewarton-sports-centre/

Comics: Explore & Create Comic Art

This colourful and interactive exhibition from Seven Stories, The National Centre for Children’s Books presents an eclectic mix of original, iconic comic art current children’s comic creators that will delight and inspire the whole family!
Young people and comic book fans of all ages will be immersed in the stimulating and imaginative world of children’s comics before creating their very own settings, characters and stories using playful props and costumes. Visitors will have the rare opportunity to see influential British comic icons such as Desperate Dan and Dennis the Menace as they were drawn in the 1940s and 50s, along with old friends Oor Wullie, Minnie the Minx and Roy of the Rovers.Other famous characters featured include Captain America, Wonder Woman, Superman and Hulk as drawn by Ian Churchill, the British artist and producer of comics for America’s two largest comic corporations – Marvel and DC comics. Current British comic creators including Kate Brown, Jamie Smart and Laura Ellen Anderson provide a unique insight into the creative process behind comic book making, featuring storyboards, sketches and 3D models.
Just some of the fun, hands-on activities around the gallery include a random word generator, character creator, and a host of props, objects and special devices to inspire and create comic ideas. 

Don't miss out - the Dick Institute is the only Scottish venue to host this exhibition!

www.sevenstories.org.uk

 


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Event Details

  • Date & Time

    28 September 2019 - 18 January 2020
    During opening hours

  • Venue


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  • Good for

    • Young People
    • Kids
    • Families
    • Adults
  • Admission Price

    £2 under 2s free - tickets available on entry

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