Visit our Learning Centre Gallery on level 3 for exhibitions and family activities that change on a regular basis. Be sure to ask at reception for a copy of our family gallery trail to enhance your visit.
Drop the Ball is a collaborative live performance and exhibition project by local artist, Mark Harvey. This project brings artist Mark Harvey into collaboration with Woodlands Park Primary School's Year 5 and 6 students, who have invented sculptural forms to be used in a performance. The exhibition presents all of the participating students' artwork alongside the larger performance sculptures, and a performance video screened in the gallery's front window. Over the exhibition's duration, more sculptures will be added by our local community to create a room filled with diverse 3D explorations of shapes that twist, ascend and multiply through the space.
Drop the Ball: Drop in Activity
Get creative in our Learning centre gallery and help bring a sculptural installation to life. Using simple recycled materials such as card, newspaper and tape create a sculptural form that we will install into the gallery. The Learning Centre gallery will be taken over with wonderous forms and shapes created by our community.
2 March – 19 May
Drop the Ball: Open Studio
Be part of an exciting exhibition full of dynamic sculptural shapes and forms created by people of all ages and abilities. We will supply all of the recycled materials and you will shape a sculptural form to cover with plaster of paris bandages to place into our Learning Centre exhibition. This is a free opportunity to explore sculpture and engage with a collaborative community project initiated by Mark Harvey and John Court.
Saturday 23 February, 10am – 3pm
Please contact us to book
on 817 8087
Please note: bookings are
confirmed with payment