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Art in the Park

Chumleigh Street

London

SE5 0RJ

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Join us in the Art in the Park Studio, Burgess Park to take part in an art club for ages 5 and above!

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In this art club we will explore topics and media suggested by our young participants such as:

-Thoughts about the future.

-What London means to you

- Learning about and taking inspiration from a diverse range of artists.

- Collage

-Plasticine model making

-Using recycled materials to make art

-Sewing

-Embroidery on Photographs

These sessions will be run by experienced community artist, Florence Goodhand-Tait.


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Art in the Park

Chumleigh Street

London

SE5 0RJ

United Kingdom

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At Art in the Park we aim to involve people of all ages and abilities in designing and making art work at our studios and outdoor sites.

OUR MISSION IS TO:

Encourage and motivate all ages to work towards environmental improvements in inner city London.

Give a positive experience of seeing and being in the natural world.

Work with people of all ages and abilities in visual arts by using open space as an inspiration and a resource.

Located in the centre of Burgess Park in South East London and run by practising artists, Art in the Park works with schools, community groups and professional teams on tailor-made educational art and heritage projects and training days. We also work with the public in creating permanent public artworks.

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