Following the success of our first Drawing Attention workshop in August we're delighted to be teaming up with Hipkiss & Graney once more for another go. Save the date: 19 September, 1pm
Using our digitised map of Stirchley curios we'll be questing through the streets and stopping to draw objects, buildings, flora, fauna and landscapes.
Such exciting landmarks include:
- The Stirchley Megalith
- The Hazelwell Millstone
- The Blue Shipping Container
- The Rooftops of Little London
- The Moustache Cat
And many more!
To take part please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We'll meet at the mysterious neolithic structure in Hazelwell Park at 12:45pm to begin adventure at 1pm.
Bring facemasks, we will provide sanitizer and creative resources.
To ensure participants health we will be capping the number of participants at 6.
Please note that while this isn't a children's workshop, children are welcome if accompanied by an adult.
//THE STIRCHLEY TAPESTRY//
This is a community art project, and we want to work with everyone- no previous art and drawing experience needed. This will be a fun and relaxing daytime art workshop with some really wonderful outcomes that you are part of!
This is one of a series of Hipkiss and Graney community workshops for The Stirchley Tapestry. During these creative workshops we will create sustainable and fairer future communities through monochromatic drawings.