Free creative activities and a packed lunch for 7-11 year olds eligible for free school meals in Southampton.
Our Summer School is four days full of creative activities taking place at John Hansard Gallery exploring costumes, masks, identity, storyboards and comic book ‘zines’, inspired by artist Hetain Patel’s current exhibition Trinity.
This playful week of artist-led activities will allow children to develop their own ideas inspired by the themes in the exhibition, as well as working with others, in a supportive environment where experimentation will be encouraged.
Tuesday 24 August
Led by artist Ali Eales, the day includes drawing games, keeping a sketchbook, making zines and masks to express and explore identity.
Wednesday 25 August
Led by Ali Eales, the workshop includes new drawing games, sketchbook work and sculptural costume making inspired by your ideas of heroes.
Thursday 26 August
Led by filmmaking organisation City Eye, this day will teach you how to make your own storyboard and learn how filmmakers plot action scenes.
Friday 27 August
A chance to build on previous work in the week while newcomers will have a chance to make a zine and a mask.
Children can sign up for one or more days of activities, and packed lunches are provided. Anyone who takes part in all four sessions can achieve a Discover Arts Award.
To book places on our Summer School, parents and carers need to complete the registration form here.
By registering, you will be signing up to a catch-all web page. Once you have set up your account, you will be able to add family members. You will then, as an adult on your account, be able to book activities for your children and young people. If you have any problems, please contact the support team on [email protected].
This project is in partnership with HAF Southampton.