Our Clay Animals Workshop is a free family workshop exploring clay techniques to create animal sculptures. You’ll be able to try rolling, squishing and scoring clay to make different shapes, patterns and textures for your animals. We’ll be inspired by our own stories of animals and their connection to us. Maybe you have a favourite animal, or you know of a story about a mythical animal? Perhaps you might want to create an imaginary animal?
The workshop is based at Modern Painters, New Decorators in Carillon Court Shopping Centre. Materials will be provided for the workshop, but please feel free to bring any images, objects or ideas for your clay animal sculptures with you.
Sessions will run:
Please book tickets for all members of your group, including all adults and children. If you are having difficulty or would like support in completing your booking, please email us, and we’d be happy to help. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event will run in compliance with the current COVID government guidelines and restrictions.
If you are showing any of the following symptoms; a high temperature, a new continuous cough or a change to your sense of smell and taste, please cancel your ticket and do not attend this event.
ABOUT ARCHIVE FEVER:
Our Clay Animals Workshop is part of our ‘Archive Fever’ programme. ‘Archive Fever’ is a new four-part project about collecting and collections hosted by Modern Painters, New Decorators, funded by Arts Council England and produced in partnership with Leicestershire Museums Collection. It consists of four solo visual art exhibitions alongside creative workshops for visitors and young people. Joanne Masding, Jagjit Kaur, Dan Cowlam and Katie Schwab will each produce new work in response to the items held in the Leicestershire Museums Collection. The programme will run throughout 2022 at our gallery space in Carillon Court Shopping Centre. Our exhibitions are free and open to the public.
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