Friday 8 March
10.30am – 12.30pm
In collaboration with our friends Adamson Collection Trust
Join us on International Women’s Day to explore the work of a little-known artist, Gwyneth Rowlands. A patient at a psychiatric hospital for 35 years, she collected and painted over 200 flints. Guided by artist researchers, you will have the opportunity to handle some of the original flints and discuss the context Gwyneth Rowlands was working in and processes she used. We will then paint our own flints collected from the grounds of Bethlem.
No previous art experience necessary, all welcome. Under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult. Concessions are available for SLAM service users, people over 60, students, people on Job Seekers Allowance, people registered disabled and their carers.
If you are unable to attend the workshop, please contact us to cancel your place. We often have a waiting list.
Please book here