Yinka Shonibare - Creatures of the Mappa Mundi – Mandragora

Courtesy the artist & Stephen Friedman Gallery, London. Commissioned by Meadow Arts, 2018. Photo by Stefan Handy at Hereford Cathedral.

Yinka Shonibare - Creatures of the Mappa Mundi - Monocules

Courtesy the artist & Stephen Friedman Gallery, London. Commissioned by Meadow Arts, 2018. Photo by Steve White.

Yinka Shonibare - Creatures of the Mappa Mundi - Cicone Gentes

Courtesy the artist & Stephen Friedman Gallery, London. Commissioned by Meadow Arts, 2018. Photo by Stefan Handy at Hereford Cathedral.

Yinka Shonibare - Creatures of the Mappa Mundi - Alerion and Satyrs

Courtesy the artist & Stephen Friedman Gallery, London. Commissioned by Meadow Arts, 2018. Photo by Stefan Handy at Hereford Cathedral.

Yinka Shonibare - Creatures of the Mappa Mundi - Gigantes

Courtesy the artist & Stephen Friedman Gallery, London. Commissioned by Meadow Arts, 2018. Photo by Steve White.

Yinka Shonibare - Creatures of the Mappa Mundi - Gigantes

Courtesy the artist & Stephen Friedman Gallery, London. Commissioned by Meadow Arts, 2018. Photo by Stefan Handy at Hereford Cathedral.

Creating Mappa Mundi Creatures – Family Workshop 2

Saturday 25 May
10.30 am to 12.30 pm

Join in with Meadow Arts’ fun, family-friendly workshop inspired by Yinka Shonibare’s new artwork, Creatures of the Mappa Mundi (now on display at the Cathedral). Our artist, Verity Howard will help you create your very own unusual sea creatures from an imaginary future where plastics and sea animals have morphed together. Use stories, myths and your own imagination to create creatures from plastic materials and clay.

Suitable for all (recommended age 7+, children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult)

Booking is essential, please book a free ticket via the link below.

FREE (please make a donation on the day if you can).

Click here to book

Venues

Hereford Cathedral
5 College Cloisters
Cathedral Close
Hereford
Herefordshire
HR1 2NG
01432 374200
office@herefordcathedral.org
www.herefordcathedral.org/

Monday – Saturday 10 am – 4 pm (last admission 30 minutes before closing)

The exhibition, cafe and shop are closed on Sundays and Good Friday

Accessibility

The main cathedral and exhibition space, which houses the Mappa Mundi and Chained Library, is fully wheelchair accessible. There is a charge to enter the exhibition, but carers are entitled to free access. There is an interactive tactile model of the Mappa Mundi, with a description of key parts of the map, as well as Braille. Braille guides to the exhibition are available to borrow, and there is also a large tactile map of the Mappa Mundi. Although there is not a separate audio guide, there is an audio commentary on the video about the Mappa Mundi.

For accessibility information about other parts of the cathedral, please click here.