Saturday Art Classes for 10-15s

06 Jun 15, 04 Jul 15

10.15am - 11.45am

An inclusive art class held on the first Saturday of every month for 10-15 year olds.

Participants will have the opportunity to work with professional art educators, working in a different medium or with a different technique each month. This group aims to be fully inclusive and anyone with additional needs is welcome.

Saturday 7 February: Etching Sketching!

Saturday 4 March: Fabulous Faces: Drawing Cartoons!

The classes are £4 per person. Places are limited to 15 places on a first come first served basis. Meet here at the Laing Art Gallery to take part and there is no need to book.

If you would like to have an informal conversation with the tutor before attending then please contact the Laing learning team on learning@laingartgallery.org.uk

Click here for more details about the sessions.

Ran in partnership with Arts Connect.

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Here's a really moving blog about the bombing of Guernica and the Newcastle foodship that came to the aid of the devastated town. Written by Sarah Richardson, Keeper of Art.

Newcastle foodship crew witness the devastation of Guernica bombing in the Spanish Civil War |...
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8:00pm 04 May 2015

Ralph's cat was a big hit with you all on Friday, so here's another by the same artist: 'The Ballad Seller, The Black Gate' (1884) by Ralph Hedley.

11:00am 03 May 2015

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Sing and Dance for King and Country - Rachael Hales (part of Decoded 1914 - 18)

Sing and Dance for King and Country is an audio-visual installation exploring the experiences of the people of Tyneside during the First World War, through the lens of local folk traditions and practices. Decoded 1914-18 was a two-week programme of audiovisual installations and events that explored the First World War and its effect on those living in Tyne & Wear. www.decoded1914.org.uk

War Workings / Sound Mirrors - Tim Shaw & John Bowers

Inspired by artefacts from Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums, Tim Shaw and John Bowers created a sound installation on site at Discovery Museum in Newcastle over a two-day period. The duo invited the public to join them in making, listening and re-inventing technology from the First World War. Decoded 1914-18 was a two-week programme of audiovisual installations and events that explored the First World War and its effect on those living in Tyne & Wear. www.decoded1914.org.uk

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