Williamson Art Gallery: Free Family Drop In Sessions

    Location (with MAP): Williamson Art Gallery & Museum
    Date/Time: Saturday 12 March 2016. - Saturday 30 April 2016. 11:00
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    Free family drop in sessions at the Williamson Art Gallery with Pamela, artist in residence, 11.00 – 15.20, supported by Art Council England.
    They are free and no need to book but donations welcomed.
    Dress to get messy.

    On Saturday 12 March 2016, the session will be inspired by our exhibition “A room with a view” followed by a workshop for Easter on Saturday 26 March.

    On Saturdays 16 and 30 April, we will be looking to gardens for inspiration and the delights of Spring as the outside space at the heart of the gallery gets developed to create a garden at the Williamson, we will be painting mini gardens in the art room.

    We have a new under-five sessions on Thursday mornings with artist, Nicola McGovern at 11.30 until  Thursday 31 March through the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and the Friends of the Williamson in our specially designed area for little ones in our cafe.
    Book your place by calling 0151 652 4177. The group lasts for an hour and please stay in our café for lunch – great place for a meal with little ones with high chairs and child friendly food options at a good price.

    Our new Arts Award has been launched young people aged 5 -25 through schools and colleges. All the information is on the website www.williamsonartgallery.org under Learning. There are also details for schools and college planning visits to the gallery and museum.

    ALSO: At our other site, The Birkenhead Priory, despite being the oldest building in MERSEYSIDE, there have been lots of changes there with new interpretation boards, dress up clothes and new lighting in the under-croft which used to be rather spooky. There is lots of information on visiting the priory with your family or with schools at www.thebirkenheadpriory.org proving it is “a small place with a big history”.