Ipswich Art Gallery
20 Aug, 2016 - 24 Oct, 2016
Design and build your very own flying creation to test in the Wind Tubes. See your creation take flight and soar to the ceiling, and defy gravity by hovering high overhead… or just fall to the floor. It’s all about air and invention, with a little bit of mid-air mayhem.
Wind Tubes is a hands-on exhibition that challenges you to make a flying creation out of everyday materials and launch it into large, clear vertical tubes of moving air. It’s a playful way to explore the effect that moving air has on objects. The challenge is to harness the power of the moving air and discover the design that will keep your creation air-born for the longest time.
There’s ample opportunity to experiment and modify your design, and possibly set the record for the longest flight time.
Plastic, paper cups, polystyrene, ping pong balls, propellers and more … all the materials you need are provided. But can your design overcome turbulence, drag, air resistance and gravity?
Wind Tubes is a fun, interactive exhibition for the whole family. There’s a special space for children under 2 and exclusive sessions for toddlers to enjoy.
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Children love fun, creative and engaging environmental arts workshops with a difference ... this is not your average kids' art workshop.
Children love our fun, creative and engaging environmental arts workshops with a difference...this is not your average kids' art workshops.
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