Tag: workshop

Draw the Gardens … relaxed drawing sessions

Like to draw? Join us for monthly relaxed drawing sessions with our artists in residence.

From 1.30 -3.30, on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, artists from the Birmingham Society of Botanical Artists will be in the Gardens drawing and recording our lovely plants.

Anyone can join them for a no hassle, not pressure drawing session – whatever your ability.

As the seasons progress BSBA will record the life cycle of our plants… why not come and have a go yourself. They will be pleased to advise and support… or just leave you to your own devices.

Bring your own materials or take advantage of some basic pen and paper we’ll provide.

Normal entry fees apply but materials and support are free

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Land Art festival – schools and home educator sessions

Join internationally acclaimed Environmental Land Artists Richard Shilling and Julia Brooklyn 
for half or whole day sessions in the Gardens.

Land Art combines creativity, team work, quiet contemplation, running around in the open air,

discovering the seasons, looking, making, patterns, counting, measuring , colour ……fun.

Our autumn environmental land art festival uses found and natural objects to make temporary art works together. Join us.

Book a place for your class, family or home educated group on Thursday or Friday – half days or whole days are possible. (guide price per child £5 – group prices negotiable)

Then why  not join us for drop in sessions on Saturday all day (12.30 -4.30pm)

Contact us by email or by phone for more information and to book sessions on Thursday and Friday.

0121 749 4100 , admin@cbhgt.org.uk

Please note – these are outdoor sessions – come dressed appropriately.

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Land Art festival – schools and home educator sessions

Join internationally acclaimed Environmental Land Artists Richard Shilling and Julia Brooklyn 
for half or whole day sessions in the Gardens.

Land Art combines creativity, team work, quiet contemplation, running around in the open air,

discovering the seasons, looking, making, patterns, counting, measuring , colour ……fun.

Our autumn environmental land art festival uses found and natural objects to make temporary art works together. Join us.

Book a place for your class, family or home educated group on Thursday or Friday – half days or whole days are possible. (guide price per child £5 – group prices negotiable)

Then why  not join us for drop in sessions on Saturday all day (12.30 -4.30pm)

Contact us by email or by phone for more information and to book sessions on Thursday and Friday.

0121 749 4100 , admin@cbhgt.org.uk

Please note – these are outdoor sessions – come dressed appropriately.

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Draw the Gardens … relaxed drawing sessions

Like to draw? Join us for monthly relaxed drawing sessions with our artists in residence.

From 1.30 -3.30, on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, artists from the Birmingham Society of Botanical Artists will be in the Gardens drawing and recording our lovely plants.

Anyone can join them for a no hassle, not pressure drawing session – whatever your ability.

As the seasons progress BSBA will record the life cycle of our plants… why not come and have a go yourself. They will be pleased to advise and support… or just leave you to your own devices.

Bring your own materials or take advantage of some basic pen and paper we’ll provide.

Normal entry fees apply but materials and support are free

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Draw the Gardens … relaxed drawing sessions

Like to draw? Join us for monthly relaxed drawing sessions with our artists in residence.

From 1.30 -3.30, on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, artists from the Birmingham Society of Botanical Artists will be in the Gardens drawing and recording our lovely plants.

Anyone can join them for a no hassle, not pressure drawing session – whatever your ability.

As the seasons progress BSBA will record the life cycle of our plants… why not come and have a go yourself. They will be pleased to advise and support… or just leave you to your own devices.

Bring your own materials or take advantage of some basic pen and paper we’ll provide.

Normal entry fees apply but materials and support are free

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Draw the Gardens … relaxed drawing sessions

Like to draw? Join us for monthly relaxed drawing sessions with our artists in residence.

From 1.30 -3.30, on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, artists from the Birmingham Society of Botanical Artists will be in the Gardens drawing and recording our lovely plants.

Anyone can join them for a no hassle, not pressure drawing session – whatever your ability.

As the seasons progress BSBA will record the life cycle of our plants… why not come and have a go yourself. They will be pleased to advise and support… or just leave you to your own devices.

Bring your own materials or take advantage of some basic pen and paper we’ll provide.

Normal entry fees apply but materials and support are free

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Draw the Gardens … relaxed drawing sessions

Like to draw? Join us for monthly relaxed drawing sessions with our artists in residence.

From 1.30 -3.30, on the 2nd Wednesday of every month, artists from the Birmingham Society of Botanical Artists will be in the Gardens drawing and recording our lovely plants.

Anyone can join them for a no hassle, not pressure drawing session – whatever your ability.

As the seasons progress BSBA will record the life cycle of our plants… why not come and have a go yourself. They will be pleased to advise and support… or just leave you to your own devices.

Bring your own materials or take advantage of some basic pen and paper we’ll provide.

Normal entry fees apply but materials and support are free

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Sorry – cancelled- back next year-Family Music Workshop

The amazing young performers of the K’antu early music ensemble provice a fun and lively  ‘have a go’  music making workshop this summer afternoon (1pm -2.30pm)…

Watch out: vegetable flutes may be involved :-)))

Later at  3.30pm K’antu will enchant us with a concert of early music  in our 17th century Gardens

Normal entry prices apply

Discounted entry for members

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