Half term creative fun for all the family
If you are looking for something to inspire your children over Half-term and perhaps have a go at something a bit different, then come along to a special half-term workshop with Let’s Make Art.
Let’s Make Art have planned yet another action packed workshop just for us. The workshops will include a special mix of imaginative and creative activities exploring themes from our exhibition Unintended Consequences.
We don’t want to give too much away but it might involve a mammal that only comes out when the sun goes down… Everyone who books on these special workshops will also have the opportunity to use our much loved badge maker once you’ve finished in the main workshop. We also have a Family Takeover session in our Resource Room, so you can really make the most of your visit.
Led by experienced artist educators Alice Hendy and Karen Davies from Bristol based Let’s Make Art, is sure to be the highlight of your half-term.
Karen is an artist and designer with a degree in Textiles and Fashion. She has over 14 years’ experience of teaching art in schools from Reception to Secondary level. Her previous role was an artist-in-residence at Henbury School. Karen has extensive experience of managing events and workshops for both businesses and registered charities.
Alice is an artist and a teacher. Her degree is in primary education and she also has a background in fine art. Alice has taught in Finland and the UK, specialising in literacy and art. She also runs workshops for children at the RWA and is the specialist photographer for Art magazine. Alice is an award-winning photographer, working freelance in Bristol and beyond.
£5 PER CHILD, £3 ADULTS*
*Please note we charge an Online Booking Fee of £0.60 per transaction
All materials provided. Pre-booking advisable, limited spaces. Book either a 10-11.30am time slot or 12-1.30pm.
Please note: Children must be accompanied by an adult; recommended for children aged between 2-11 years but all ages welcome with appropriate adult supervision. Don’t wear your Sunday best, just something you’d wear to play in.