Art workshop: A new perspective in an upside-down world

Online: 27th February 3-4pm 

Join artist Izzy Parker-Nasir in a workshop to explore looking at a plant or interesting object upside-down to encourage a new perspective on our everyday surroundings. Using a mirror, we will draw what we see and then create a hanging paper mobile to remind us to look at our environment from different points of view.

Ticket holders will be sent a pack of materials which will include a ring, paper, tape and a small mirror. In addition, you will need some scissors and a pen/pencil for drawing, as well as something to draw that interests you – this could be a plant, some kitchen utensils or any small object.

About Bethlem Gallery workshops

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 receiving ESA, 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.

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