Explorative Drawing and Eco-experiments at Void

Void Gallery

Join Void for a family drop-in workshop inspired by Luke Fowler’s exhibition, “Being in a Place – A Portrait of Margaret Tait”, led by artists, Zoe McSparron and Anna Barclay.

The entire gallery will be transformed, with the gallery floor becoming a giant collaborative sketchpad for everyone to explore the exhibition through drawing exercises, and Void’s education space becoming a creative eco-laboratory where you can conduct experiments, making your own natural inks and paint brushes! Personal drawing boards will also be available for participants to conduct independent drawing experiments. These activities will encourage us to explore the exhibition through various different mediums as we think about relevant themes, sounds and memories.

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Located in the heart of Derry City Centre, Void is a contemporary art gallery that commissions and produces a visual arts programme that aims to challenge our audience and promote the arts to new and existing audiences. The programme supports a diverse range of artistic practices of national and international artists.

The programme focuses on the collaborative nature of art and its ability to add to artistic discourse through exhibitions, events, discussions and partnerships. Through commissions, Void work with a network of arts organisations both nationally and internationally to create specific projects.

A key element of the gallery is Void Engage, a learning and outreach programme, which places participation and engagement at the heart of Void, making contemporary visual art accessible to visitors of all ages.

Genres: Arts | Crafts | Traditional Skills, Visual Arts (Painting, Photography, sculpture, Digital Art, Print, etc)
Age Suitability: 4+
Features: Family friendly, Wheelchair accessible
Address: Void Gallery, Waterloo Place, Londonderry, UK
Locations: Derry
Event Start Time (pm)
6 pm
Event End Time (pm)
8 pm
No Booking Required