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Free and exciting events for families this summer

View this email online   |   Forward to a friend JULY 2015
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Families
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Summer Holiday Events

Monday 27 July – Friday 7 August 2015

Free


Take part in our free In the Frame! Family Art Workshops and drop-in sessions inspired by the BP Portrait Award 2015 exhibition.

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Sunday Sessions for Families
Creative Connections
Portrait Painting
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Sunday 19 July 2015

13.00 - 14.30, suitable for ages 3+

15.00 - 16.30, suitable for ages 7+
Free, no ticket required

In July's drop-in Sunday Session, take inspiration from the Creative Connections display and turn yourself into a life-size sculpture. Work with project artist Kate s on a photographic portrait of your sculpture.
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Sunday 16 August 2015

13.00 - 14.30, suitable for ages 3+

15.00 - 16.30, suitable for ages 7+
Free, no ticket required

August's drop-in Sunday Session is inspired by the BP Portrait Award 2015. Work with artists to try out new paint techniques and processes to create a giant mural in our Education Studio.


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BP Portrait Award Family Trail
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Explore this year's exhibition with our free Family Trail and labels featuring Nadim, Jaz, Ru and Lucy specially created by illustrator Yasmeen Ismail. The Trail offers a range of fun activities plus the chance to win a goody bag and books signed by Yasmeen!

Characters

Monday 3 August 2015

11.30 or 14.30, suitable for ages 5+

Free, drop-in, no ticket required


Please note the 14.30 session is BSL interpreted.

Join Yasmeen Ismail, illustrator of this year's BP Portrait Award Family Trail for a workshop exploring how to create characters for your stories.

There will be a book-signing in the Exhibition Shop at 13.30.
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Family Activity Base

Visit the Family Activity Base (FAB) every weekend and every day during the summer holidays from 11.00 16.00. Find out about the offer for families at the Gallery and pick up free trails including our new 'Talking Heads' trail, sketchbooks and drawing materials to explore the Collection together.


Free and suitable for all ages

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