About this Event
This workshop explores the well-known fairytale,The Elves and the Shoemaker in a unique way. It uses a combination of storytelling, drawing, collaboration and prop making. In this fun workshop, you will discover things you might not have known about your favourite stories. You’ll also have an opportunity to make these stories your own with alternative endings!
Materials required: Lots of paper - can be any you have around the house - scrap paper, news paper, card, whatever you have will work. Any drawing materials you have: pencils, coloured pencils, felt tips, charcoal, paints etc. If you have glue and collage things to stick on eg glitter, sequins etc, these can also be used but not essential.
We are going to use the online platform ZOOM. You can use ZOOM via your laptop, PC and MAC or you can download the app for your tablets and smart phones following this link:
The zoom link will be in the Additional Information of the ticket which will be emailed to you after booking (Check your junk!). If you do not recieve this, contact us and we will send you the link.
Click on the link provided to join the meeting and you will be entering a WAITING ROOM. Attendees will be added to the live class at the start of the session.
If you have any problems with using zoom, please email us or dm us on social media and we will happily help however we can.
This workshop is run by ART IN THE PARK: Art in the Park aims to involve people of all ages and abilities in designing and making art work at their studios and outdoor sites. Located in the centre of Burgess Park in South East London and run by practising artists, Art in the Park works with schools, community groups and professional teams on tailor-made educational art and heritage projects and training days. AITP also works with the public in creating permanent public artworks.
By booking this session you are consenting to have your camera on in order to participate in collaborative activities.
At Art in the Park we aim to involve people of all ages and abilities in designing and making art work at our studios and outdoor sites.
OUR MISSION IS TO:
Encourage and motivate all ages to work towards environmental improvements in inner city London.
Give a positive experience of seeing and being in the natural world.
Work with people of all ages and abilities in visual arts by using open space as an inspiration and a resource.
Located in the centre of Burgess Park in South East London and run by practising artists, Art in the Park works with schools, community groups and professional teams on tailor-made educational art and heritage projects and training days. We also work with the public in creating permanent public artworks.
Tickets for The Elves and the Shoemaker can be booked here.
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