Our free Saturday art workshops for families this month take place on the 22nd and 29th of January! As always it’s free to take part, and we’ll supply all the art materials and light refreshments too.
We have Covid-19 safety measures in place. We have to ask people to book their place in advance by emailing us on firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us on 02890 330920. Please note, places are limited. Full details of all our safety measures are below.
This weekend, for our first workshop of 2022, we’ve been inspired by our Donovan Wylie exhibition ‘Lighthouse’!
On Saturday 29th January we’ll be making weather mobiles, drawing our inspiration from our new Project Space exhibition ‘God is Meditating: Still’ by Edy Fung.
Then on Saturday February 5th you can express all the love and creativity in your hearts by making Saint Valentine’s Day cards!
We look forward to welcoming you all, and to adding your artworks to our Junior Gallery wall if you wish!
Booking and COVID safety
Please book your place on workshops in advance by emailing us on email@example.com or calling us on 02890 330920 with the names and ages of everyone in your group who will attend. Please note, places are limited.
Each group must have at least one adult for every two children under 7 years of age.
On arrival in the gallery, please check in at Reception. We need to check evidence of your Covid status – for example, your QR Code or vaccination card. Our FOH team will briefly outline our safety measures, and confirm your contact details for track and trace.
We’ll be operating in ‘bubbles’, where each family or group who book in will have their own art station, with all materials and equipment, including antiseptic wipes and hand sanitiser. We ask adults to keep their group together at their own station.
All workshop surfaces and materials will be wiped down with disinfectant before and after the workshop. Door handles, tables, the Junior Gallery area including the sofa, and counter surfaces in the gallery are also disinfected regularly throughout the day. The gallery is deep-cleaned weekly.
Our staff will wear masks, and we’ll ask all adults to do the same when they are moving around the gallery. Masks don’t need to be worn when seated at art stations.
Hand sanitiser is also available in multiple locations in the gallery. We also have disposable masks available from reception, for a suggested £1 donation.
Refreshments will be in individually wrapped packets and containers.
We have one bathroom available to visitors at present – it is fully accessible for wheelchair users and has baby-changing facilities.
If you or any member of your party have been feeling unwell, or displaying any symptoms of COVID-19, please do not enter the gallery.