Get hands-on with dry clay over the Easter holidays with artist Lucy Joyce. Coinciding with Beth Collar’s new terracotta sculptures for Dilston Grove, you will learn different clay processes and create tangible artworks to take home. Please come in old clothes as this workshop might be messy.
The morning sessions (10am-12pm) are designed for Under Fives, while the afternoon sessions (1-3pm) are for 6-11 yrs.
These workshops are free, drop-in and have a capacity of 12 children at any one time, please arrive on time to avoid disappointment. Though they are tailored to specific age groups, we will accommodate families with mixed ages and adapt the activities if required. Please note children must be accompanied by an adult.
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The Family Workshops are generously supported by RIVA
Lucy Joyce graduated from an MA in Sculpture from the Royal College of Art in 2013. Lucy has previously developed a series of public art commissions in towns around the UK. In 2018 she was commissioned by Tate St Ives to make her new site-specific artwork: I Becomes You, Becomes We, Becomes Us, a performance on the coastline involving over 200 local people. She has taught extensively in London, leading the Youth Collective at Camden Arts Centre from 2016-18 and is a visiting lecturer at Central St Martins. Selected solo and group exhibitions include: Em Casa | At Home, São Paolo, Brazil, 2018, On Board, Crispr Project Space, Bogota, Colombia, 2017, Proposals + Props, Chalton Gallery, London, 2017; The London Open, Whitechapel Gallery, London, 2015; Bloomberg New Contemporaries Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall, 2015 and Bloomberg New Contemporaries, ICA, London, 2015.