Fun at Home

 

 A strand of activities and challenges that museum makers and in fact anyone can get involved in from the comfort of their own home.

Watch this space for new challenges.

Challenges

Challenge 13

Help us to get to 2000 likes on Facebook

Help us reach our target of 2000 Facebook friends before the end of Lock Down. Let's spread the word!

Challenge 14

Become a Masterpiece!

Turn you and your family into one of the masterpieces on display at Wardown with a bit of imagination!

Challenge 15

Send Us a Challenge

We are not afraid of a challenge or two, send the project team a challenge via email and see if yours gets picked!

Challenge 16

House Haikus

We present House Haiku; a creative writing challenge to make you think during lockdown about what your house and home means to you.

Challenge 17

Creative Self Portrait Challenge

We challenge you to step out of the shadows and into the limelight. We challenge you to produce a creative self portrait!

Challenge 18

Crochet Lace Trees

We are looking for crocheters of all skill levels to help crochet lace panels for our large scale public lace art project to be installed this year at Stockwood Discovery Centre.

Challenge 19

Once Upon a Picture

A picture can speak 1000 words. What do you think the story behind Theodor Kern's 'French Café painting is?

Challenge 20

Write a blog post for us

Tell us what life in Luton lock down life is like for you.

Challenge 21

Wardown in Watercolour

Are you a keen artist? Lacking inspiration for your next masterpiece? Find a photo of Wardown and transform it into a wonderful watercolour painting!

Challenge 22

Tag us on your daily walk

Where do you go on your daily walk? Tag us and let us know what you've seen or anywhere we should visit after lock down is over.

Challenge 23

Lace Lady in the Library...

Make your own version of a classic board game for future generations to enjoy and that is exactly what this challenge is all about!

Challenge 24

Design your own Mini Museum

Can you design your very own mini museum out of recycled materials?