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Sunday Family Workshop : Lines of Thought Block Printing and Wall Drawing

Sunday 13 May, 2:30 – 4pm

An exciting and intuitive workshop led by local artist educator Alexandra Hughes and inspired by Parasol unit’s exhibition Lines of Thought, exploring gesture and expression through line and mark-making.


Participants will have the opportunity to create individual mixed media prints using Styrofoam block printing and to contribute collectively to a large wall based work demonstrating a network of individuals’ thoughts that are informed by the person’s mark that came before. This workshop is suitable for 5-14 year olds; all children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
Limited spaces, booking highly recommended
£5 per family

Event Booking Information

Booking is recommended for all events to avoid disappointment.

Payment: To secure your place payment can be made via phone (020 7490 7373), email (events@parasol-unit.org) or paypal (www.parasol-unit.org, please go to the events tab on the left)


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Date and Time:

13 May 2012 at 2:30 pm

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

Parasol unit
14 Wharf Rd
London
N1 7RW
0207 490 7373
http://www.parasol-unit.org

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Tickets:

£5 per family

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Booking is recommended for all events to avoid disappointment.

Payment: To secure your place payment can be made via phone (020 7490 7373), email (events@parasol-unit.org) or paypal (www.parasol-unit.org, please go to the events tab on the left)

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