Free Family Workshop - Exquisite Corpse

Free Family Workshop - Exquisite Corpse

10 April 2021




10 April 2021

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Artist-led workshop via video, Saturday 10 April 2021

This workshop is for all the family to enjoy together - FREE!

Let's Make Art are going to guide you through a fun collage activity and some activities and games from an age when screens didn't exist. The intergenerational activities and games bring escapism, connection, conciliation and fun for all ages. Here's hoping it will stir up some memories of childhood from older participants to then inspire the younger generation.

'Exquisite Corpse' was a technique used in the 1920s by artists of the Surrealist movement. They adopted it to generate collaborative compositions in an age when people had to think outside of the (X)box!

The materials you need for this workshop are: card or paper approx A4 size, magazines, newspapers, recycled packaging etc., scissors, glue stick. 

This workshop is being delivered as a pre-recorded video and a link will be sent out to all those who book the workshop by Saturday 10 April to enjoy from that date onwards. 

When sold out - sign up to the waiting list here 


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