28 January - 8 April 2018
Sundays, 2.00 - 4.30pm
Every Sunday throughout the exhibitions, families can drop-in to the Drawing Studio and galleries to take part in free, creative and fun activities led by our Family Artist-in-Residence Judith Brocklehurst. Taking inspiration from the exhibition Giorgio Griffa: A Continuous Becoming, families are invited to take part in a series of activities drawing on key themes, ideas and techniques from the exhibition, including notions of rhythm, order, sequence and possibility. These sessions will focus on the Arte Povera (‘poor art’) philosophy of working with leftover materials and everyday objects. Join us for sessions where we will make and break rules, produce new possibilities, enact the golden ratio and create Giorgio Griffa inspired records.
Family Takeover is suitable for children of all ages and materials are provided free of charge, but donations are invited.
The space is wheelchair accessible. Please contact us if you have any additional access requirements.
Judith Brocklehurst is a sculptor, writer and researcher. Her practice is mutable. It changes to interact with the social circumstance she finds herself in. She often takes her lead from the place or situation in which the work is made, who she is making work with, where it will be seen and what materials are used. Read more
Supported by The Cecil and Hilda Lewis Charitable Trust, The Heathside Charitable Trust and Waitrose Community Matters