Join us for our next Art Sunday session, led by artist Toya Walker!
Create a three-dimensional pop-up world with illustrator and maker Toya Walker. Learn how to use the box-fold technique to create simple (or complicated) mechanisms that bring your inventions to life. Draw inspiration from the fantastical architecture of Minoru Nomata’s exhibition and your own imagination to make new worlds from collage that can be folded and taken away.
Toya Walker is an illustrator, workshop facilitator and maker based in St. Leonards. From storyboards that come to life as large scale animations to wrapping entire buses, she relishes a creative challenge, and likes to work collaboratively to produce images and objects that can communicate ideas and information in an engaging way.
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.
What are Art Sundays?
Art Sundays are a free drop-in creative workshops that take place on the first and third Sunday of every month, open to all ages.
Each week, the workshops will be led by an artist taking inspiration from our exhibitions programme.
You can find Art Sundays in the Learning Space in the Ground floor gallery from 2pm – 4.30pm.
We look forward to seeing you there.