Family workshop: Gallery of the street | Pump House Gallery London  | Sun 25th November 2018 Lineup

Family workshop: Gallery of the street

Pump House Gallery in London

Sunday 25th November 2018

12:00pm til 4:00pm

Minimum Age: 2

Taking inspiration from the history of community murals in Battersea, we will use graffiti and other mark making to create our own visual images.

 

Family workshop: Gallery of the street on Sunday 25th November 2018

Property developers are increasingly turning construction hoardings into graffiti and mural paintings, often appealing to youth and ‘urban’ or ‘street’ culture, as well as aiming to represent local people. Drop in to this workshop for all ages as we work on a large scale and play with spray paints to create our own mural and hoarding artworks. Taking inspiration from the history of community murals in Battersea, which explored urgent social and political issues, we will use graffiti and other mark making to create our own visual images representing shared values and social change.

This workshop has been designed by artist duo Lloyd Corporation as part the project ‘Investment avenues’, which has been working with local groups to explore perspectives on value, exchange and investment in the local area.

This free workshop is suitable for all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

See our website for more details on this series of workshops:
http://pumphousegallery.org.uk/programme/a-modest-proposal-in-a-black-box/investment-avenues/gallery-of-the-street

Entry Prices

Minimum age: 2

Entry price (public): Free (Additional fees may apply)

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