10 September 2017
Join us to celebrate our annual Summer Takeover, an afternoon of free, fun artist-led activities for families at Camden Arts Centre in the Galleries, Ceramics and Drawing Studios, Café and Garden.
Taking inspiration from the current exhibitions by Daniel Richter and Jennifer Tee, we have invited artists India Harvey, Phil Root and Soofiya Andry to unravel some of the ideas, techniques and processes found within the shows. In addition, members of the Camden Arts Centre Education Team will lead a fun and interactive tour of the exhibitions.
Textiles: Neon Light Loom
Drawing Studio with India Harvey
India Harvey will transform the Drawing Studio into a giant loom. Families are invited to weave a timeline of personal memories, using UV light and neon materials to produce large scale artworks. Drop in 2.00pm – 4.30pm.
Clay: The World We Want
Ceramics Studio with Phil Root
Phil Root will work with families to invent and make their own worlds. During this collaborative clay workshop, families can build a new ceramic cityscape inspired by Daniel Richter’s work, populated with reimagined people, buildings and machines. Sessions start on the hour and the half hour, places are limited.
Zine Making: Fold Cut Stick
Café & Garden with Soofiya
Soofiya will host a mini-zine making workshop. Looking towards the exhibitions for ideas, families will be encouraged to adopt a punk aesthetic and a DIY attitude in order to create bright and bold zines. Drop in 2.00pm – 4.30pm.
Gallery Tour: Colour, Line, Light, Shape
Galleries 1, 2 & 3 with the CAC Education Team
Take part in a fun and interactive tour of the exhibitions with members of CAC’s Education Team, create a collaborative performance and join us for a special reading in the galleries. Starting at 3.45pm in the Central Space.
Performance: Let It Come Down
Gallery 3 with Céline HyunJin Barreau
Dancer Céline HyunJin Barreau stages a durational performance within Jennifer Tee’s exhibition Let It Come Down. Drop-in, from 3.00 – 4.00pm.
Summer Takeover is free and suitable for all ages. Fully accessible toilets and baby changing facilities are located on the ground floor. CAC is wheelchair accessible. Disabled parking is limited so please contact us to book a space.
Our Café will be serving hot food and drinks all day.
Supported by The Cecil and Hilda Lewis Charitable Trust and The Heathside Charitable Trust