Family Saturdays

Family Saturdays

11 Jun - 31 Dec

Every Saturday the gallery hosts a free drop-in workshop for all the family!

Each of these unique workshops take place in our new Learning Space, led a range of guest artists, including Jordan Baines (Ohh So Curious Illustration) and Megan Humphries.

Past activities include monster-making, bookbinding and printmaking! 

Family Saturdays takes place from 11am - 1pm and no prior booking is required. 

Use the hashtag #aspex_takepart to share your artwork with us!

Upcoming activities:

 

Date

Workshop Leader

Activity Description

24 June

Jordan Baines

PI. Drawing with Nature

The aim of this workshop is to introduce everyday objects found outdoors!

 

We will use them as our drawing instruments just like you would a pencil, pen or paintbrush!

1 July

Jordan Baines

PII. Drawing from Nature

Jordan has produced homemade inks from bark, acorns and other natural elements.

 

These inks will be used to make drawings of items surrounding nature and our outside world.

8 July

Megan Humphries

Discovering the Egg

 

Reliving the journey of Stephen Turner’s Exbury Egg - we'll look at all the places it's been so far, seeing all the different sights it's seen and people it's met. You'll get to decide where you would take it next and create collages out of recycled paper and textiles!

 

15 July

Jordan Baines

A Combination of Two Jordan’s past two workshops have explored how you can draw using nature’s offerings. We’ve made our own inks and our own drawing instruments!

 

Now we’re combining the two together and drawing from pressed flower arrangements.

22 July

Megan Humphries

Sculpting the Egg
Observing Stephen Turner's Exbury Egg, participants will be making a floating platform, boat or home out of sticks and natural materials! Together, participants spend the session sculpting, tying and moulding floating contraptions.

29 July

Jordan Baines

Natural Printing

In this session participants will be monoprinting, using natural items to mark make our way through lots of prints!