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Art Sundays

Sunday is art day! Join us every week to take part in our drop-in family workshops. This season we will be taking inspiration from Edward Bawden, and each week there'll be something special for you to make and take home, including beautiful flowers and fantastic beasts.

Suggested age: 4-12yrs

Suggested timing: These sessions are drop-ins and you are welcome to arrive at any time between 2 and 4pm. We would recommend arriving at 3pm after the initial rush if you would like a quieter experience.

Please be advised that these are family workshops, and designed for everyone to enjoy! Children should always be accompanied by at least one adult for the entirety of the session.

Upcoming sessions:

Spiral Snails - 17 June 

Taking inspiration from Edward Bawden’s ‘Snails for All’ books, print and decorate your own spiral snail.

 Crafty Cards - 1 July 

Try your hand at detailed ink drawing, and create Bawden-style greeting cards with images of magical mini-beasts.

 Potato Prints - 8 July  

Taking inspiration from Bawden’s bold wallpaper designs, create your own wallpaper sample using potato prints.

Clay Creatures - 15 July 

Sculpt and bring Edward Bawden’s images of elaborate and unusual creatures to life in this clay workshop.

Bawden-esque Books - 22 July 

Taking inspiration from Bawden’s book illustrations, create your own concertina book and a story to go in it!

Proud Portraits - 29 July

Make a modern Old Master-style portrait using collage and special decorations. How will you style yourself?

Dulwich Picture Gallery’s family programme is proud to support the charity Doorstep Library and invites you to bring book donations to our Art Sunday sessions. At each session, there will be a box outside of the Sackler Centre where you can place your donations. These will be passed on to Doorstep Library and much appreciated by families across Lambeth! Find out more about the amazing work they do here.

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Event details

Next on
22 July 2018
Every 1 weeks
End date
16 December 2018
2–4pm every Sunday
£3 per child; adults free