Art Skills 7-11's - Abstract Sculpture with Lucy J Turner

Art Skills 7-11's - Abstract Sculpture with Lucy J Turner

10 April 2024


Royal West of England Academy, Queen's Road, Bristol BS8 1PX


10 April 2024

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Wednesday 10 April 2024, 10am - 12pm

Join Artist Lucy J Turner this Easter break for an Art Skills workshop creating, abstract, fun, whimsical sculptures inspired by our exhibition These Mad Hybrids: John Hoyland and Contemporary Sculpture.

In this session, Lucy will encourage you to use clay and plasticine to create whimsical shapes and also incorporate fun colours and designs that you can take home to admire after!

Suitable for children ages 7 - 11.

Limited places available - booking recommended.

Adults must remain in the building but are encouraged to enjoy the café, galleries and RWA shop while their children are in the workshop. Accompanying adults will receive complimentary exhibition entry.

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Terms and Conditions:

Refund and Cancellation Policy: We can offer full refunds provided you notify us more than 14 days before the start of your class with us. Cancellations made within 14 days of the class date cannot be refunded. If we cancel a workshop for any reason will we provide a full refund.

Photo by Lisa Whiting 


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