A young girl with a woman laughing and smiling as they play with a colourful paper rocket

Family Sundays

Family
Date
Sunday 16 January 1:30pm - Sunday 13 March 2022 4pm
Venue
Foyer
Need to know

Free, no need to book

Every Sunday, 1.30-4pm (Sun 16 Jan – Sun 13 Mar)

Drop in and stay as long as you like

Duration:

Drop In

Recommended Age:
Suitable for all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Free creative activities for families 

Every Sunday, join us for creative, hands-on activities led by our Artists-in-Residence and inspired by our exhibitions and family theatre programme. Come and spend some time together as a family making, exploring, and having fun!

This Spring season, we are pleased to welcome Natalie Zervou-Kerruish and Genevieve Say as our Artists-in-Residence whose activities will be focussed on exploring colour, shape, light and interaction though collaborative sculptures, movement, dance and the use of sensory materials. 

Why not make a day of it by also visiting our Mead Gallery, booking one of our Family Events or stopping off in our café for something to eat and drink?

Natalie Zervou-Kerruish

Natalie Zervou-Kerruish is an artist and researcher interested in sculpture and movement. Theatrical, tactile and playful, her work is conscious of the impact the human body has in relation to sculpture and space. When collaborating with others, she is interested in the exchange, the transitional and all things partial. Recent research stems from the symbols and philosophies connected to her Greek heritage, alienation and voicelessness.

Genevieve Say

Genevieve Say is an independent dance artist, performer, choreographer and movement director based in the UK. Genevieve believes dance is fundamental to happy and healthy living, whether people are doing it themselves or watching it, Genevieve’s work is all about making it happen, giving people access and supporting/ making great work and the best experiences. Her work exists on the crossover between dance, art, theatre and everything else.