‘Music is liquid architecture; architecture is frozen music’ – Goethe

Join Artist Associate Flora Duley in this series of digital workshops on Zoom as part of our popular Seniors Art School. Using just paper and cardboard, you will be introduced to proportion and rhythm in 3d sculptural structures.

Open to all with inquisitive and open minds over the age of 55. No prior skills, experience or knowledge needed. Everyone welcome.

Week 1
Friday 6 October 2023, 11am-1pm
3d Construction and Geometric Form (including Patterns)

Week 2
Friday 13 October 2023, 11am-1pm
Sculptural and Architectural Designs

Week 3
Friday 20 October 2023, 11am-1pm
Bauhaus 3d Paper Structures

Week 4
Friday 27 October 2023, 11am-1pm
Free Experimentation using the techniques explored in the first three sessions

FREE – Booking required

Book your place here

Alternatively, send us an email: learning@southwarkparkgalleries.org or give us a call: +44 (0)20 7237 1230

Please collect the following materials ahead of the workshops:

  • Selection of paper and card (this can be old envelopes, food packaging and boxes, standard photocopier paper or art papers, discarded wallpaper etc.)
  • Mark-making materials: pencils, pens or art materials
  • Sticky tapes – The best is masking Tape or Gaffer Tape rather than sellotape
  • Scissors
  • Glue (optional)
  • Craft Knife (optional)
  • Ruler (optional)

Learn more about Seniors Art School

Seniors Art School is generously supported by Southwark Charities

About //

Flora Duley lives and work in London and Hayling Island, UK. Her artist practice is sculptural and takes the expanded view that includes social practices, dialogue, painterly and performative art objects. Sculpture is a tool to engage with others. Flora works collaboratively with other artists and in Gallery Art Education with different community groups. She is interested in the Transformational potential of Sculpture and how different elements, visible and invisible, can become an inclusive form. Flora explores through the  ‘coordinating and connecting’ of different parts and between 2d and 3d, between studio practice and engagement with public.