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‘Futurecampus’ workshop using LEGO Serious Play®

Use Lego® to explore the future of our campus in this playful workshop! Share your views with us via this creative activity and receive a £15 voucher

Are you interested in using Lego® to reflect on and explore the future of our campus? Would you like to have a say in what’s next for campus developments? We want to know what you think!

Lego Serious Play® is a method used in education and business to encourage deep reflection and ideation through play. You will experience the LSP® method and collaborate with other students to share your experience of the campus. You will also be asked to use Lego® to share a vision for ‘Futurecampus’.

This fun workshop for students, led by Dan Trowsdale, is being held in conjunction with our current exhibition ‘Another Brick in the Wall’ on display in The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery.

‘Another Brick in the Wall’ examines how campus architecture changed in the 1960s. This ‘Futurecampus’ workshop looks ahead - we’ll reflect on the campus experience of 2023 and imagine how campus should evolve in future.

No previous Lego® experience is necessary!


The workshop is open to current University of Leeds students only.

Participant feedback will be recorded and shared with the University to inform campus innovation and development planning. Workshop participants will receive a £15 shopping voucher, in appreciation of their time and feedback.

Please note that the workshop will be photographed.

Refreshments will be provided.

Please register your interest using the form linked here. Places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

Photograph of a LEGO figure stood in a LEGO construction on a white background
Photograph of a LEGO figure stood in a LEGO construction on a white background