For 5+ year olds and their families
This December, artist duo Wright & Vandame transform the Project Space into the Pavilion of Change. Each Saturday Studio will explore ideas of change, history, and the future and offer all visitors the chance to contribute to the exhibition.
Join the artists for a festive afternoon inspired by Kintsugi, the Japanese tradition of repairing broken objects such as ceramic bowls with gold. The art of Kintsugi is to embrace change and accept the imperfections of life as something beautiful. Wright & Vandame will have a selection of items and invite you to bring anything that needs to be repaired and bring new life to these objects together. Visitors will then be invited to take their objects home or contribute to an installation for the Pavilion of Change.
Places are limited, and booking essential. Please ensure you book the correct number of child tickets for children that you need and adult tickets for adults. Thank you.
Please note, there is a small charge of £1 per person for each Saturday Studio session. The charge is payable on the door, but due to the popularity of the sessions, please reserve your tickets online.