Join us for our next Art Sunday session, led by fibre artist Christine Fireheart!
Ojos De Dios or God’s Eyes were originally made by the Huichol indigenous people of Western Mexico. It was thought God kept a watchful eye over those who made them. Made with sticks and wool, they can be four, six or eight pointed, in bright vibrant colours.
Everyone is welcome!
Art Sunday workshops run on first and third Sunday of each month in the Ground Floor Gallery and its adjoining Learning Space.
2 – 4.30pm, drop-in no booking required.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
This event is Pay What you Can.