Children’s art workshops for Sidmouth riverside walkway revitalised project.
Saturday 10 June
11:30-14:00 Session 1 Riverside Art Trail art and mark making.
15:00-17:30 Session 2 Biodiversity in the River Sid print making.
Sensory Garden by the Ham Play Area, The Ham, Sidmouth. ///plot.pack.shades
Sidmouth Coastal Community Hub and Sidmouth School of Art. They are working with community groups to revitalise the riverside walkway, exploring biodiversity and heritage in the area. Through a series of workshops they will make, create and inspire new artworks and information boards for the area to make it an attractive space to explore, learn and relax in.
Session 1 – Riverside Art Trail art and mark making. Led by Community Artist Coco Hodgkinson. Explore the riverside walkway and collect stamps to complete our riverside rubbing trail. Have a go at mark making to explore animal and nature prints to inspire our design for the riverside walkway seating.
Session 2 – Biodiversity in the River Sid print making. Led by Artist Printmaker Emma Molony this session is a relaxed drop-in; come and have a go at simple monoprinting inspired by the biodiversity of the River Sid.
Drop-in events, no booking required.
Outdoors on the Ham and riverside walkway which is accessible (no steps).
|What should I bring
Comfortable weather appropriate old clothes. The events are outdoors with some weather protection gazebos.
Who should attend
Both sessions are aimed at children, young people and families and are accessible to all.