A practice-sharing conference for teachers, educators & literature professionals

POP UP LAB: 9th-10th NOVEMBER 2017

“Inspiring – reminds me why I’m a teacher. Lab’s given me the chance to rerite my entire curriculum” Schools partner 2016

BUY ONE DAY TICKET (Earlybird)
BUY TWO DAY TICKET (Earlybird)
CONCESSIONS TICKET 
(Students, Unwaged Artists and Seniors can enjoy a concession on ticket prices)

 

Lab invigorates practice and programming by exploring imaginative approaches to engaging young readers and writers with literature.

This year’s Lab focuses on ‘visual storytelling’ – the reading, teaching, making & publishing of illustration and comics – in the UK & internationally

360 attendees will access 30 events across the two days. Facilitators and attendees include teachers, authors, publishers, literature producers, and children’s literature organisations from 10 countries.

PROGRAMME DETAILS

Full two-day programme can be found by clicking the image above, or the pdf link to the right of the page.

TICKETING DETAILS

Tickets are £125 for one day & £175 for two days. Two-day tickets can be shared between two people (i.e. a school or organisation).

*** Earlybird tickets available until 2nd October with £100 for one day & £150 for two days.***

LAB EVENT PROVIDERS

Sessions with: Arts Basics for Children (Belgium) / Bright Emporium / Centre for Literacy in Primary Education / Cloudberry Consulting /  Emma Press / Exploring Senses / Fundación la Fuente (Chile) / Government Art Collection / House of Illustration / Let’s Be Brief / Literature Wales / Metal Culture / Nobrow & MiniLab / PositiveNegatives / Stephen Spender Trust / Tantagora (Spain) / The Night Zookeeper / Tiny Owl / Translators in Schools / Why Comics? / plus children’s illustrators & comics artists from Estonia, Latvia & Lithuania,

Pop Up Lab is presented in association with Nobrow & Transbook.

Pop Up Lab is entirely funded through ticket sales and receives no grant or subsidy, so purchasing tickets makes Lab possible. Complimentary tickets are strictly limited to supporters and facilitators.

SUPPORTED BYPeterborough City Council / Vivacity Peterborough

Transbook is supported by: Creative Europe Programme