HUDDERSFIELD art and music lovers should get ready for an imaginative treat.
Adult learners working at Ashbrow Children's Centre, Sheepridge, are hoping to create three sound sculptures.
The pieces will be made using a combination of junk and industrial materials and are expected to appeal to any audience.
This is hardly surprising when they will be using such things as a bathtub, pipes and a musical bicycle.
The scheme is to be run to coincide with the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, which will be held at venues around the town between November 18 and 28.
The group involved has been meeting every Thursday and has been working alongside artists Mick Kirkby-Geddes and Andy Burton, who have been helping with the development and construction of the pieces.
The sound sculptures will be on show at Eureka children's museum in Halifax before returning to the Ashbrow Children's Centre.