Do you paint Landscapes for pleasure? Why not come and join us, use Highfields Park as inspiration.
Have a look at our Scaling the Sublime exhibition to see how contemporary artists interpret landscape, and then enjoy a hands-on geology session. Suitable for all.
Inspired by our Scaling the Sublime exhibition, you will explore a range of visual possibilities and mark-making within the monoprinting process.
Katrin Moye specialises in contemporary decorated slipware and you are invited to join her for this popular four week course to learn about the process.
Author-illustrator Carol Adlam will take you through the building blocks of creating a picture book for children, focusing on storyboarding and producing thumbnail layouts for your work.
An exploration of how autistic people perceive, experience, and communicate differently, through art and drama.
Artists are often inspired by expeditions, investigative walks, or even Grand Tours. In these workshops with artist Gina Mollett, participants will be venturing out into the landscape of Highfields Park and University Park Campus to collect ideas and make observations.
In this workshop you will spend a day with Nichola Hingley creating stencil screenprints inspired by our Scaling the Sublime exhibition.
Lake Enders is Lakeside’s theatre arts company for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities. Join us to watch their public sharing at the end of term.
Gillian Lathey, Senior Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Roehampton London, will introduce some of these invisible storytellers and pay homage to their neglected craft.
Join Alan Micklethwaite, former Head Carver of Lincoln Cathedral, to be introduced to the basic techniques, tools and principles of stone carving, and work to complete a decorative carved relief motif in stone.
Using Claire Morris-Wright’s Hedge Project in the Wallner Gallery as a starting point, the artist and participants will explore the grounds in Highfields Park, gathering clippings and sourcematerial.