Campus Life

Culture Vulture visits the 1960s

Feel 'far out' making psychedelic lava lamps on Saturday, May 12 at Culture Vulture Saturday!

From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the University Hall Atrium, Culture Vultures can enjoy creating groovy lava lamps using pre-cut templates and tissue paper, exploring the U of L Art Gallery and Helen Christou Gallery exhibitions and talking to staff about the current exhibition, The 1960s.

"Lava lamps were an iconic fixture in the 1960s and 1970s," says Rosalind Jeffrey, Culture Vulture program co-ordinator. "It's going to be fun for participants to either take a pre-made paper lamp template or create their own, add tissue paper, and then light up their creation."

Refreshments are provided and as always, it's free!