Following the success of our two writing workshops in the gallery earlier this month, we return with another on Thursday 30th August, from 11am to 12pm.
Come along and consider the stories that art tells; see how art can inspire and inform your writing.
It did for RoaId Dahl – he wrote one of his Tales of the Unexpected – ‘Depart in Peace’ – after a painting he bought in a junk shop lit his imagination. Can a work of art inspire you? Come along and look at the works of Edwin Young Collection.
Storytelling is a crucial part of the art-making process for the artist as much as the art viewer. As artists work from imagination, come and explore yours…Suitable for ages 11- 15
To express an interest contact Kim Harrison, education consultant, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workshop is 11am – 12pm and costs £3 cash to be paid on the day.
Comments form our last workshop: “The paintings really helped us come up with more in depth ideas…” (Holly), “I really enjoyed it…” (Poppy).
If every picture tells a story …
Come along to the Figurative Art exhibition at Salisbury’s Young Gallery for a writing workshop and consider the stories that art tells; see how art can inspire and inform your writing.
“My chief interest in landscape painting lies in design. Strong shapes and shadows that define in all weathers. And colour – at the same time convincing and in harmony with the spirit of the place.”
Please note this event was cancelled because of the effects of bad weather.
Now is a great time to consider membership of the Young Gallery, as it will give you a discounted price for our Symposium on Käthe Kollwitz on March 2nd.
Join us for a full day of celebration, exploration, discussion and understanding of the work of Käthe Kollwitz, including a light buffet lunch (booking required by Friday 23rd February). Continue reading Symposium on Käthe Kollwitz – March 2nd (Cancelled)