Art of Wellbeing
The Art of Wellbeing sessions are designed to encourage you create, make and experimenting with materials and techniques. Providing you a chance to unwind and support your wellbeing in a calming environment.
In this session, you’ll work with artist Alex Robb to create your own contemporary and imaginative artworks using willow weaving techniques.
For more information about our community sessions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 8831 6000.
Richmond Arts Service and Orleans House Gallery event
75 Memorials - A Community Remembers
A project for schools, community groups and individuals:
In commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau we are launching this exciting new project. Participants can take part by creating artworks, poetry and prose, inspired by the stories and events of the Holocaust.
Artwork can be made of any material or use any artisitc technique. Works can be paintings, collages, drawings, photographs, graphic design, typography, sculpture - the possibilites are endless. For poetry and prose there is no minimum or maximum word count.
This opportunity is open to everyone who works, lives or studies in the borough and there is no upper or lower age limit. 75 pieces will be chosen to be displayed in an exhibition at The Landmark Arts Centre.
The closing date for inital submission is Sunday 15th December and the exhibition will take place from the 15th January until the 2nd February 2020.
If you are interested in taking part please email email@example.com to request an information pack.
Artwork by Basildon Children’s Support Service, for a project by Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, 2015
Richmond Council Holocaust Memorial Day Events event