Childrens Summer Arts at Culpeper this August

For the 10th year running we are going to be offering two weeks of Summer Arts activities for children, all free of charge. Starting on Monday the 17th of August at 1pm, there will be opportunities to take part in a wide range of workshops including poetry, drumming, t-shirt design, pottery, and life drawing. There has been fantastic feedback year on year and we expect this year to be the best ever! We are able to run this thanks to a kind donation by the Woodward Family Trust and donations by our members.

 

Each day, we will have a different workshop and also tables set out with traditional arts and crafts activities should the workshop session be full. In between you can explore our gardens and find pleasant nooks and crannies to relax and appreciate.

 

Dates and Times:

All activities take place from 1-4pm

 

Monday 17th August

Steel Drums with Irie

Come and learn all about steel drums and have a go www.iriesteelpanworkshops.com

 

Tuesday 18th August

Pottery with Pauline

Work with wet clay to make bugs and garden creatures.

 

Wednesday 19th August

Pottery with Pauline

Work with wet clay to make bugs and garden creatures

 

Thursday 20th August

Poetry with Jolylicks

Take part in a poetry making workshop with Fausta from www.jolylicks.com

 

Friday 21st of August

Nature drawing with Rana

Explore the garden and find inspiration to draw still life from nature.

 

Monday 24th August

Steel Drums with Irie

Come and learn all about steel drums and have a go www.iriesteelpanworkshops.com

 

Tuesday 25th August

Tie-Dye and Tshirt Prints with Fiona

Make your own personalised tie day and printed t-shirts (bring your own!)

 

Wednesday 26th August

Wishing Tree with Hannah

Decorate and make magical your wishes and help make a wishing tree

 

Thursday 27th August

Poetry with Jolylicks

Take part in a poetry making workshop with Fausta from www.jolylicks.com

 

Friday 28th August

Nature drawing with Rana

Explore the garden and find inspiration to draw still life from nature.