Help us hatch our baby dinosaur in a brand-new crowdfunding campaign - pledge today and unearth your perfect dinosaur experience…
Help us to inspire the next generation. We want to build an animatronic dinosaur to teach children about how dinosaurs evolved into birds!
In summer 2017, a world-exclusive exhibition Dinosaurs of China is coming to Nottingham and will see some of the most ferocious Jurassic super-predators setting foot in the city. This unmissable exhibition tells the story of how dinosaurs evolved into birds. The main exhibition, will be at Wollaton Hall, but in addition there will be a smaller, FREE exhibition Nottingham Lakeside Arts.
At Nottingham Lakeside Arts, we want to create a dinosaur legacy for local children and families. Our outreach officer, (Diana-saurus in the video!) runs workshops at Lakeside and visits schools, to teach children about subjects based on exhibitions and events at Lakeside. We want to commission a very special, unique animatronic feathered baby dinosaur. The animatronic puppet will help us to bring dinosaurs to life for children visiting Lakeside, long after the exhibition has come and gone.
Visit the crowdfunding campaign link and see how you can help support the cause. We also have some fantastic rewards for you and your family:
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