Please note, due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, our gallery is temporarily closed until further notice. Thank you for your understanding and continued support, we look forward to welcoming you back soon.
We will be updating the programme timetable, all exhibitions & workshops will get revised dates, in due course.
Join artist Lily Hawkes to explore the wildlife and ecologies of the lake in these family workshops, and make beautiful artworks to take home.
You will discover the birds and ducks of the lake in Southwark Park as well as how the ecosystem functions, and will create individual and collective artworks that explore the visual and material qualities of the lake.
8 April: Drawings and plaster casts of the lake
9 April: Birds and ducks / skyscapes and waterscapes
10 April: 3D sculptures and watercolour painting
The morning sessions (10am-12pm) are designed for 6-8 yrs, while the afternoon sessions (1-3pm) are for 9-11 yrs.
These workshops have a capacity of 12 children at any one time, please book in advance to avoid disappointment. Please note, children must be accompanied by an adult willing to join in!
Lily Hawkes is a visual artist and has taught Art and Design at secondary school level for a number of years and delivered creative workshops in galleries where she has worked with children from a wide range of ages, abilities and backgrounds.
Lily completed her Fine Art degree at The Slade School of Fine Art where she specialised in sculpture. Since graduating she has maintained a strong studio practice and has taken part in local and international residencies and exhibitions. Her artwork usually takes the form of large-scale sculpture or installation and explores themes including domestic and urban architecture, the body and personal memory.
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The Ecology Workshops are generously supported by RIVA