A unique two part collaborative workshop for adults, run in conjunction with Alicia Paz’s Laughing Walls exhibition at the Blyth Gallery.
Part 1 visually explores the theme of ‘the Mask’ using an exciting range of techniques and materials to create illusion and materiality.
Part 2 explores themes of duality and the juggling of opposites within (y)ourselves, through simple movement tasks and dance.
Please read full workshop information here.
Where: Studio 4, 1st floor @ Studios then Dance Space
Cost/Booking:Free but please email us to reserve a place.
This event is part of our Without Walls programme taking place throughout Chisenhale Art Place. Please see the full programme here
The early hours before sunrise are considered a magical time, especially for photographers and cinematographs, in this workshop you will explore how best to make the most of natural morning light when using your camera.
This special summer workshop is led by Alina Kisina an experienced cityscape photographer, she will be on hand to give one to one guidance about composition and different camera functions. At the end of the workshop you will have opportunity to review and discuss images created.
Date: Saturday 30th of July
Time: 5.00am – 830.am
Venue: Chisenhale Studios (surrounding area)
64-68 chisenhale Road E3 5QZ
Cost: £30, (Concessions and under 25’s £20)
Includes light breakfast
For Booking Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Places are limited and must be booked in advance.
Come and join our fun art sessions at our Creative Saturdays at Chisenhale Studios.
Or if you want to get the kids moving? Chisenhale Dance Space’s energetic children’s classes are a great way to hop, skip and jump into creative dance! Also on every Saturday morning. For details click here
Explore landscape imagery in the darkest months of the year with a 10 week Thursday evening painting course at Chisenhale Art Place.
Projects include: Drawing in the dark, imagined landscape, painting with light and layers of transparency, painting generated by drawing and collage.
Course fee £150 includes winter food drink and music.
Jan 7, 14, 21, 28 Feb 4, 11 March 3, 10, 17, 24
Book for yourself or for a great Christmas present: email@example.com Chisenhale Art Place Education Studio 64 Chisenhale Road E35QZ
We run regular drop-in family art workshops on Saturday mornings during term time. The workshops are delivered by a different artist and encourage children and parents to learn fun new art ideas that they can also do together at home.
Join us for the spring term starting from Saturday 9th January 2016 until 19 March 2016
Time: 10.30am – 12.30pm
Ages: 5-12 year olds
Where: Ground floor education room at Chisenhale Studios
Each session is £4.00 per child (Adults are free) with 10% off if you book for the entire term (£32)
We have a limited number of free places; please contact Yasmin to see if you qualify.
Don’t forget you can also join Chisenhale Dance Space’s creative dance classes every Saturday morning term time, for more details email: firstname.lastname@example.org
These workshops are for children and their parents/carers to participate and learn together.
Children cannot be left alone. We advise the wearing of ‘messy’ clothes, but we have some large shirts to put over clothes too.
Further details from Yasmin@chisenhale.co.uk or phone 020 8981 1916
Artist Elisavet Kalpaxi leads a workshop for families to create photograms, unique photographs made without cameras. Participants will learn how to expose and develop prints in the darkroom and at the end of the workshop all prints can be taken home.
A photogram is an imprint of objects on a light-sensitive base (usually paper). The principle of creating direct prints using diverse processes and light sources predates the invention of photography.
The workshop is programmed in response to Nicholas Mangan’s exhibition Ancient Lights, currently on at Chisenhale Gallery
All materials will be provided, but participants are welcome to bring transparent objects or objects with interesting outlines that could be used for your own compositions.
For children aged 4-12 Please note: children under the age of 12 should be accompanied by an adult. 12-2pm
For young people aged 15-25 who have an interest in art and want to have an engagement with arts organisations, enjoy learning about creative career opportunities, vocational workshops, networking and making new friends.
Programmed in collaboration with Chisenhale Gallery.
This event is free to attend but places are strictly limited and booking is essential. To reserve a place please visit the Eventbrite page here.